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The people of Cape Town have all disappeared, and the city is more alive than ever before!


Cape Town, South Africa (8 April 2020) – While most of South Africa has been staying home in the lockdown; one talented documentary photographer has captured Cape Town like you’ve never seen it before!

Rubin – founder of South African Stories – is a documentary photographer who uses his photography as a tool to shed light on the taboo topics in the country that need to be addressed. He started doing photography from a young age and developed a passion for the human condition.

Rubin was on an assignment for the Cape Jewish Chronicle, which helped him get a media pass, and thankfully so as these visuals are unreal.

“The people of Cape Town have all disappeared, and the city is more alive than ever before!”

Watch the video below:

Sources: Joshua Rubin – South African Stories 
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