Generation Y includes all people born between 1980 and the beginning of the year 2000 and are called millennials. These so-called « pragmatic idealists » are at the turning of their life, leaving their childhood and entering in the ups and downs of adult world. In these photos, they are staring at us. Clearly. They leave behind a pronounced blur, this society that we bequeath them. Despite our unability to explain to them how we reach this vagueness, even these aberrations, they express no fear, no repugnance. At worst some malice, some questioning. Understandably since the future that presents to...
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