It was a cold winter morning. Julia turned around and hazily opened her eyes, but the dull brightness of the first rays of sun stunned her pupils. Her eyelids fluttered aguishly, trying to protect her from the sharp edges of wakefulness.
Published by Monica Palmero Fernández
Mónica is a PhD researcher at the University of Reading, a photographer in her not so spare time, and overall ball of creative insecurity. She holds a BA and MA degrees from UCL, as well as a MPhil degree from Cambridge University. Her interest in photography began early on, when her father gave her her first camera on her 10th birthday, which she still has, somewhere... Before the age of digital photography, she learnt how to print Black & White in school, and took her love of photography everywhere she went. There is countless undeveloped film in a cupboard somewhere which she one day will go back to when she has the means to do so. In the meantime, digital will have to do.