Black winged rider

  • Photographer
    Xavier Pujol Fabra "Luzdcalle"
  • Prize
    Honorable Mention
  • Jury Top 5 Selection

    Emanuele Cucuzza Beyond the technical and stylistic choices, this anyway very strong image tells me much also about contemporary freedom, is it still paradoxically larger (and protected) when identity is hidden? It could be interesting to see a series of portraits, with the same approach and point of view, of other free women interpreting other controversial roles...

  • Date of Photograph
  • Technical Info
    1/800 f/4 ISO100

This photograph represents the paradox of veiled women and their daily activities. In this case, I wanted to catch the contradiction of galloping along with the breeze while your skin remains hermetic under the Niqab cloak. Only her eyes are fed from the sun, while her pale skin sleeps under the darkness of her dogma. Her soul takes wing and just her honey eyes are perceived. Istanbul 07/24/2020. "Rider with black wings that cuts the wind with the mane of your veil. You leave celestial dust trails in your path, while the mountains wait for the sunset of your gallop."

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