The Past in the Present by Alessandra Gargano

I remember the moment when I saw those children deciding how to organize their game. Behind them a wall. It was the Wall of the Jewish Ghetto in Venice, a Holocaust Monument composed by bronze tiles that bring back scenes related to the Shoah period. A work of art for a past not to be forgotten in the everyday life of the present.

Canon EOS 650D | Exposure 1/25 sec @ f/13 | ISO 200 | Focal Length 18mm

Award Winner
Photo of the Day

Award Date
September 8, 2020

66

AWARD SCORE

Value 12
Clarity 12
Composition 18
Style 12
Skill 12

Award Category
Street Photography

Photograph Location
Venezia, Veneto, Italia

Alessandra Gargano is 27 years old and live in Abruzzo, Italy. She is a law student and has been passionate about photography for years. She likes to observe people, what is reflected in their eyes and their simple gestures. Photographs have the incredible power to make her feel happy, excited, thoughtful, proud, grateful, peaceful and full of love. She notices the details that others may not know wherever she goes, like a smile on the face of a stranger.

Current Location
Teramo, Italia

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