I am a photojournalist, with a particular love for street photography. Where in photojournalism there is always a preset subject, a theme, in street photography it is exactly the opposite, or at least that't how I perceive it to be. So, on the street I always photographed what was in front of me, and found it interesting enough to make me press the shutter button. But reviewing my street pictures I gradually discovered that there were repeated patterns, and one of those is the passing of time and the ageing process.
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