Looking for my mother This is a story about building a new relationship with my mother after 15 years of separation and childhood trauma. Photography has become a way to visualize anxiety, fears, separation, go back to the beginning and review everything. My story is important to me not only because it is personal, but I know that many women have lost their intimacy and connection with their mother. And I would like to support them and help them feel that there is always time to go back to the beginning. Elena Liventseva www.elenaliventseva.com...
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