Roses & Gold Crown by the Window in Paris in February © CHANT WAGNER
A month after the Epiphany, a golden crown still sits by a bouquet of roses in a Parisian interior letting passerbys take a glimpse of one of the millons of lives flowing by in the French capital city...
I was struck by the light, colors and delicate contours of a possible scene and tried to make it happen.
I have always loved objects made out of paper, which endure. They probably resemble photographies most in their material support and intrinsic vulnerability.
Paper and cardboards are usually discarded easily, so I find it particularly thoughtful to see preserved witnesses of time passing by.