Her name is Emilie Arfeuil. You will not know much else about her, save for these lines that she sent to us: "Need to wake up every morning, grab my camera and get lost, look at the noise become silence, touch beauty with my hands, with my eyes, and capture it, make something out of nothing, discover a desert in the crowd and a crowd in the desert, stare at these people being invisible and imagine what they are thinking about, stop somewhere forever just for one moment, alone and solitary, see things as if it was the first and last time, forget what surrounds me to see better, close my eyes a long time to open them better, laugh with my eyes, scream with my eyes, learn how to feel everything with that only sense, odour, noise, smell and taste of everything through my myope pupil to steal those moments from life so they become only mine.
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