During the first year of the pandemic, Regina seeks solace from her isolation and anxiety in her backyard, which is filled with twisted vines and branches. Streams of light somehow find their way in and reveal hidden magic. In this flow of light, Regina takes pictures, which become her chronicle of the broken world and her escape from it.
This short work also includes photographs taken by the author.
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