"The poem “The Deserted House” by the British poet Lord Alfred Tennyson inspired me for my latest project of the same name. It shows a cast of young rebels with extraordinary character who found a place far away from civilization where they can express themselves without being judged by anyone. Each of them is an individual who has no interest in sticking to the norm. The dark mood of the poem is transmitted through the scenery.
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