“Acting like a shelter, protecting us from the outside world and it’s current crisis, we spent some days into a hotel room in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The changing light and the view from the balcony became my main distraction as a photographer. Using my wife as model I could express myself before being able to join the real world.”
Her brain feels fried. What shall she do? Where is this bloody fulfilled life that they kept telling her about. That will give her all the satisfaction she was anticipating. And does it exist anyway…maybe it doesn’t so she can stop hunting for it, right?
Never have I listened to more music than right now. Every evening after work I dive into my own world surrounded by sounds and lyrics that make me dream away, calm down, give me mental strength, energy and inspiration, let me time travel, make me happy or dwell in melancholy, bring up memories and daydreams about the future.
“In February my love and me went to Brazil and checked into a hotel room in Rio. On a lucid and golden morning and after a hot spiked coffee in bed I took a few pictures of her… of us. Later we went to explore the city. We were supposed to stay a month in Brazil but due to corona virus we ended-up staying another two months… and we are still here.”
The days are always too short. The hours run like sand through our fingers. The faster time becomes the more precious those moments become where time stands still. Like in those images by Tiffany Roubert where she captures Sundays with her love.
28 years old French photographer Tiffany Roubert who is currently living in London recently returned from her trips around the world bringing back her memories on absolutely stunning images. No matter…