She knows that it’s serious. She knows that it’s important. She knows that I’m going to ask her questions about her work, her background, her photographs. She knows I want to know. But she can’t help but smile, or doesn’t want to stop herself. The situation amuses her. She doesn’t like to talk about her work.
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