Photographer Karl Baden, of Cambridge, Mass., stands for a photo in front of an exhibit of his photographs from 1976 called “Thermographs,” at the Miller Yezerski Gallery, in Boston. Baden’s “Every Day” project turned 30 years old Thursday.
Photographer Karl Baden, of Cambridge, Mass., stands for a photo in front of an exhibit of his photographs from 1976 called “Thermographs,” at the Miller Yezerski Gallery, in Boston. Baden’s “Every Day” project turned 30 years old Thursday. Steven Senne Associated Press
Photographer Karl Baden, of Cambridge, Mass., stands for a photo in front of an exhibit of his photographs from 1976 called “Thermographs,” at the Miller Yezerski Gallery, in Boston. Baden’s “Every Day” project turned 30 years old Thursday. Steven Senne Associated Press

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