Photos by Aya Brackett.
Ha, these are strange and beautiful! I love the second where the man is attempting to teach the girls cats cradle but it looks more like he is imparting something so much more like the meaning of life, I love it!
I love how the first photo looks like an attempt at starting the day right, and just completely fucking it up.
great use of colour in each, really like it!
Oy vey, just seeing the burnt croissants in the first pic triggers the smell of burning food, the feel of the ash, and the disappointment of breakfast gone wrong.
I love #5, but I find some of the others interesting too…
The first photo is great as you really get a sense of how that person feels and how their life is just by those few items. You begin to sympathise with someone you don’t even know. The third photo of the dogs in their own little cart is brilliant, it brings humour. Lovely range of photos with different feelings.
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