Sinem In The House
'Photography to me is catching a moment which is passing, and which is true.'
The beauty of photography is to capture a fleeting moment s in all the beauty and glory of their 'here and now' and make them eternity rather than past, whether it be ten seconds or ten decades ago.
As the two ladies in the middle of a park, stare into the display of their camera to see what was snapped ten seconds ago, the photographer snaps away, immortalising them and their silent anticipation. As they will have the snap of a glorious day out in the park on their screens, in their albums for years and decades to come, they are also captured in the frame of the photographer - the silent witness of that one fleeting moment one particular Sunday in the park.
A moment that cannot be repeated, rewound, recreated... A moment destinied to be forgotten in the decades to come in the dusty dungeons of roguish remembrance, crowded by a million others - only it is not. It is now immortalised, a fleeting moment framed forever.
Photography & Words by Sinem
"Ars longa, vita brevis."
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