The first thing that came to my mind is digital connections.
When I was working I was digital connected more or less 24/7 – today I only have a mobile (Nokia 3310 -red) that only rings, take photos and I can send text on. It’s wonderful to have my life back.
No longer do I get hysterical if I forget to bring the mobile with me when I leave the house. Both me and life has turned a lot more relaxed. LOVEit!!!!
“Happiness only real when shared.”
Parade connected – Carnaval de Nice – February 2019“Invisible threads are the strongest ties.”
It’s not that common that people are walking around with their eyes on their smartphone in Poland – this young man I found connected in Łódź, Poland – October 2017
“We hunger for connection but take pride in being distant.”
Out in Foz do Douro (outside Porto) is it important to be connected both wet and dry – May 2018
“More connections to more devices means more vulnerabilities.”
Morning connection at a cafe in Madrid – Septemeber 2016
“I love those connections that make this big old world
feel like a little village.”
Pre-wedding party with connection up the mountains outside the village of Vushtrri in Kosovo – August 2016