Every day thousands of family snapshots are lost or discarded. Some are never seen again. Some are salvaged.
In On Longing, Susan Stewart writes: "Without marking, all ancestors become abstractions, losing their proper names; all family trips become the same trip – the formal garden, the waterfall, the picnic site, and the undifferentiated sea become attributes of every country".
The snapshots here have been scanned true to their original format. Each entices the viewer to construct in their mind a version of the image verso.
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