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The work in Elio Sassine's photo book, "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Land," used drones to get a bird's eye view of Lebanon and offer a fresh perspective of the landscape. What began as a hobby five years ago has produced a book of 120 photos, selected from a collection of thousands. The pictures were taken from regions around the country, showing both barren wilderness and bustling urban topographies.With many countries seeking to restrict civilian access to drones, drone photography has become a part of artists' practice recently.Sassine's approach to photography also required much hiking to remote, inaccessible areas.
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