A series of black and white photographs of the natural and urban landscapes. Portraits of ordinary places and of places of the sacred, of time moving and of time still. For this series, I work with Polaroid type 665 film, which yields a negative of high quality, but with an emulsion layer that can tear, solorize and oxidize in certain conditions.
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