We have troubles

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Photograph of a child walking past of a huge rock slide / ‘Innocence’ by Claudio Allia

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24 thoughts on “We have troubles

  1. First, I find this image extremely disturbing as it seems to portray a child about to meet a horrible end, and the title of Innocence. Thank the universe that the photo must be a composite. The turbulent rockslide is so huge, and the boy isn’t even looking at it, how could that possibly be real? And the proportions just seem off, the tiny boy and this massive landslide that appears as if it is falling into water. Please tell me I’m right and the photo is photoshopped.

  2. “… there are times when children might seem like innocent prisoners, condemned, not to death, but to life and as yet all unconscious of what their sentence means…” this lovely passage from Arthur Schopenhauer has inspired my provocative photographic series “Innocence” which was created in two different times inside a basalt cave in Italy.
    Two days before before the wall explosion started shooting children acting and playing in a natural way and then I made a collage of their images inside the second series of frames capturing the sequence of basalt wall exploding and collapsing. Claudio Allia

    1. Thank you very much Claudio for sharing your insights with us and our followers! Congratulations on your great pierce of work and thank you again for stopping by our blog. Hovercraftdoggy

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