Childhood without mobile phones, Internet and TV
• Childhood without mobile phones, Internet and TV
Nicky Boone started taking pictures as a hobby, yet worked as a physiotherapist in Scotland. After some time, she noticed that her hobby gradually began to fade, but when she returned home to New Zealand and she had a family, her love of photography broke out again.
A series of photos dedicated to the four children of the photographer, who carelessly and happily live without modern gadgets. On every birthday Mom gives children a photograph. Nicky told me that her mother had died very early, when she was still very young, and Nicky had only a few small but cherished picture albums, which eventually faded photos contain the story of her childhood. The photographer tries to capture as much of the most important moments of the pores of their children - their daily lives and adventures.