May 26, 2022 • Leave a Comment
The pandemic has affected every one of us in the past two years. First, we were locked in our own homes and unable to go out. The restrictions have impacted us more than ever; we could not see our families, we could not go to our office to work, some of us lost our jobs, and some of us lost our loved ones to the point that we could not even say our last good-byes. This pandemic has impacted us so much that it fractured our lives like a broken mirror that we can not go back to what it was before.
The images you see here are some hard work over the past couple of years. The inspiration came during the lockdown period. The photos you see are reflections of broken pieces of mirrors glued on big cardboard as a metaphor for being fractured.
Keywords: broken mirrors, Canon EOS 7D, modern photography, pandemic, people, reflections, street photography, unusual photography
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