Vince Aletti from The New Yorker writes:

During a month crisscrossing New South Wales, these collaborative photographers set out to illustrate what Australians call the “Tall Poppy Syndrome”: the tendency to discourage overachievers by cutting them down to size. They didn’t succeed (how could they?), but they did bring back some telling color photographs of everyday people—rugby teams, preteen surfers, gold miners—and the places they live.

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