That children are so photogenic, especially girls, has always fascinated me. They’re like characters whose faces conceal secrets and mysteries. If they sometimes exude genuine candor, they are also capable of taking on falsely angelic and humorous airs. In the portrait of a child, everything that seems light becomes profound because it speaks to us of the child we once were.
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