Floods are an ordinary subject in the practice of photojournalism, almost an obligatory subject often treated with a visual dramatization of already dramatic situations. Here, the photographer, installed on the balcony of his house, chooses instead to look serenely a form of theater of everyday life. Using water as a black background – but full of details – he presents...
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