Memories of Summer

We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone.

Katie Thurmes

Summer is best as a distant memory. It is best kept as a memory you can revisit, without the constraints of high temperatures and sweating. Summer images feel terribly convenient to consume on a freezing and wet November day, especially when you are isolating with a positive Covid test. But isn’t this what’s best about photography – it incapsulates life, so you can safely project any emotions on it and relive the same moments multiple times. Maybe this is why I love photography so much, it transcends objective reality, while still passing for truth. Truth has many faces, but a single image can accommodate the truth of almost everyone. So here I leave these analogue summer images of Italy, for you to project your own.

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