Since my childhood, I’ve always liked flowers. My maternal grandmother grew flowers and I helped her sow, plant and water. Now, in the gardens of my house, I still grow flowers, something so fragile, but of unparalleled beauty. In spring and summer I have picked flowers and leaves to make lumen prints and perpetuate ephemeral beauty. https://paulomonteiro.jimdo.com/...
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