“Out of focus” – We are living in a time when nothing is certain, where the horizon of returning to our old habits is fading a little more each day and where distance is the rule of our behavior. The need for light and serenity cannot be satisfied and the future remains troubled. This summer, I never got tired of staring at the sea at the start and at the end of the day. There was no other option than accepting that blurry vision of the future. So let’s us go for the out of focus. But while keeping the light...
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