Photosynthesis and photography are two chemical processes which essentially need light. While the first one uses energy from the sun to transform and grow life among plants and vegetation, the second one literarily writes with light. The interaction of light combined with other elements provokes chemical reactions invisibly transforming or seizing our reality.
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