In 2012, Cathrine Ertmann was given access by the director for the Pathological Institute in Denmark, to document death and what happens to people after they die.
She hoped the project, called “About Dying,” would break the taboo about death by viewing it up close. Her photos illustrate the hidden parts of death and how natural it appears, removing the grief and sorrow while maintaining a sobering reality. (HT: CNN)
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