Teenage dreamers: growing up in rural Argentina – in pictures

‘Fear of imaginary dangers had a big place in my childhood – afraid of the dark, afraid of being punished by my Animal God, afraid of devils, ghosts and bad men under my bed,” says the photographer. ‘Naturally, I proposed that the cousins ask each other about their fears. Belinda said she was especially afraid of snakes because they come up behind you without any warning. Guillermina was afraid of having a boyfriend, because, “He might abandon me. I’ve seen that’s what people do. Leave each other”’

The Guardian

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