Read AP Asia correspondent Tim Sullivan’s latest story, with a slideshow of my photos, comparing North Korea’s 2nd-tier cities to the capital Pyongyang.
"I live in an imperfect time. Present time. At the end it’s in the middle that everything happens. Because today you see that photo which is not a memory and it says something to you but tomorrow, who knows. It’s an intention. Everyone with its own. But you remember it as an emotion. This is why you wait for it as a new sunny day. With that camera in the hand that can also be an I Phone or nothing. You just need an excuse. To say that you’r living as long as you have roll in your body. And the strength to rewind it. Or something like that."
Nicolò Minerbi, teacher at LUZ Academy, from San Francisco.
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