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Fog materializes the distance from once-familiar places.

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Posted by lorenzoborghi on December 18, 2015
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  1. 12/18/2015

    Beautiful! What exactly do you mean by “materializes the distance”? Wishing a wonderful day, K

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    • 12/18/2015

      Hi K, well, my Italian English strikes back here 😀 With “materializes” I mean “make it visible”. So, the sense of distance that expats feel when are back home (Milano, in this case) got this time even visible because of the foggy weather, which made everything difficult to catch, unreachable, distant. Enjoy the week end!

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  2. 12/18/2015

    Lorenzo

    Nice. I enjoy your different perspective of the pictures. At first, I thought that the fog caused too much of the image to wash out, but your explanation makes me them in a different “light”. Thanks.

    Cheers
    Jim

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    • 12/21/2015

      Hi Jim! I am then glad I wrote that longer post description.Yes, last time in Milano I realized it is 15 years I left it. Of course I still consider it is part of me, but …. more distant. The misty light amplified this feeling.

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