Corona virus – The confinement: smile we are all in the photo. No longer touching each other, talking face to face, how today’s prohibition derives from a need for sought-after contact. The desire to tell of this confinement experienced by friends scattered across the planet. The desire to leave a trace through the telephones and the Facetime application where, very importantly, the photographer (me) appears in the window to immortalize the scene projected on the Ipad with my camera, to be all together. This photo may be framed or forgotten in a drawer, but this photo will remain a memory,...
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