When times are tough, one tends to forget that photography can also be light, playful, and fun; that it is a shared delight, a parlor game, an ever-repeated magic show. It is pleasure rather than leisure, the latter always having the effect (thanks, Pascal!) of driving us away from what’s essential. A photo is no longer simply itself when it plays.
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