It’s a journey to a place that is both far away and very near, perhaps a mental escapade? Like in a dream. I have come back from this journey with a few images for you to look at and some collected objects, like the small stones one picks up by the side of the road, like the hazelnuts from the tree beneath which one rested with the loved one. Here they are, proving that I did leave after all. But there is nothing more uncertain than the reality of things. Right here, close to you, life is so fragile it […]
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