Exhausted or relaxed, perhaps both, they are asleep inside the car, caught unawares by the photographer. Filtered grey light, grainy texture, reflections playing off the car windows: everything in the image is soft and tender. Left to themselves, they seem even younger than they really are, off in a world of their own and separated from ours by the glare even more than by the glass.
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