This photographic project portrays the state of the Romanian nation, through portraits of three generations of women in the new era of a big united Europe. The project attempts to describe through portraits the community of Calarasi, my hometown, which just like the whole country is affected,at different levels, by the migration phenomenon. After the fall of communism in ‘89, borders opened to all Romanians and many of them looked for a better life outside the country.
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