All Summer in a Day by Elizabeth Weinberg

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All Summer in a Day is a series by photographer Elizabeth Weinberg, loosely based on the Ray Bradbury short story of the same name. Imagine a future on a planet where the sun comes out for only two hours every seven years, and a dark and steady rain falls the rest of the time.  For the first time since they were too young to remember, a group of schoolchildren experience the majesty of a sunny day for a brief period before it all goes dark again.Elizabeth Weinberg lives and works in Los Angeles. Read more directly from the source.

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More about Elizabeth Weinberg and her works here.