“The importance of stories is not always in their actual truth, but rather in the truth that we can find reflected in our own lives…”

Art of Quotation

“The importance of stories is not always in their actual truth, but rather in the truth that we can find reflected in our own lives.

A really great story is simply one that holds a mirror up to our present reality.

Perhaps we should be thinking of the Polaroids as ‘a box of unwritten letters’”

source: Washington Post, Journalist Dee Swann – This man collected 6,000 orphaned Polaroids. See what he’s doing to tell their stories”

Kylar Zeleny, Canadian, photographer


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