The discovered objects have their own memory. Although these degraded and deprived of their individuality things do not exist anymore in their original form, they still store in themselves a part of history. Photography stops the time, allowing the old elements to gain a new form. Everyday objects remain the same, although they appear now in a completely different aspect.
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