“Under the surveillance of ancient animals” is a photography project in analog of 35mm I that developed during a year in a small village in northern Portugal, the place where I was born. This project works as little annotations of my return to this place and all the memories that I had of my experiences there. I was looking for paths, people and landscapes that are stowed in the past.
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