Virginia is the mother of two children and the partner of a man who spends many months away from home for work. She feels the responsibility of being strong and managing everyday life without letting her insecurities come to light. With this photographic set she wanted to welcome her fragility by reconnecting with her feminine and romantic part.
The nineteenth-century setting of this set and the props of the time transport us to an atmosphere of the past. The red rose represents the passion and love that Virginia feels for her partner while the letter is the symbol of waiting and distance.
By taking off her mask during the photo shoot, Virginia expresses her desire to expose herself as she is, also welcoming her own fragility.
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