It’s in run-down streets and shabby cafés that English photographer Paddy Summerfield found his pictures for his book Empty Days. Among the tragic lives he encountered, lives that touched him because they reflected his own struggles, he made images that would tell their stories, his own story. He has also found emblems of the great themes: religion, sex, and death....
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