Once upon a time, somewhere, this side of the Glass Mountain, a young man set forth to discover the past of his family with his parents. They went to Transylvania. It might have happened that time, it might not have, but it is a fact: his soul open to curiosity about people, about other worlds. He wished not only to experience, but to present it as well. Soon he found the appropriate means, the camera and at the same time the inner knowledge that taking a photograph is only an element − not necessarily the most important − of the story which started long before the moment of exposure. He also knew that becoming a real voyager requires the inclination to give over his experiences not only by presenting the visible peculiarity, but by sharing the experience. … continue »

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