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O L A F   O T T O   B E C K E R

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M I K I K O   H A R A

J A C Q U E L I N E   H A S S I N K

O S A M U   K A N E M U R A

K E I Z O   K I T A J I M A

J E N S   L I E B C H E N

S U S A N   M E I S E L A S

T A I J I   M A T S U E

R Y U J I   M I Y A M O T O

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Intangible and mysterious, familiar yet obscure, The Shipping Forecast is broadcast four times daily on BBC Radio 4 in the UK. For those at, or about to put to sea, the forecast may mean the difference between life and death. But for millions of landlubbing radio listeners, like Power, it is more than this; the enigmatic language has entered public consciousness, creating a landscape of the imagination and confirming romantic notions of Britain’s island status. Captioned by the 0600hrs forecast on the day they were taken, these photographs attempt to challenge our assumptions of these far-flung places.