Photomemories of Marc Sirinsky

“As human beings, we view the world through a haze of our emotions. Though we often use our intellect as a counter-balance, we always come back to that emotional home. Often both beautiful and uneasy, our memories are a construction based on our own uniquely personal histories.”

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