Carlos said: “These photos show an asylum seeker family (one parent, 2 children) in metaphors. Discovering daisies on the first springtime walk in the UK. Unity but far distance. Hands united, each with a handful of blackberries: wishing all the family to be reunited. The parent struggles to keep going, separated, isolated, mixed feelings, but still going on together.”
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