Caminos sin cruzar

Stan De Zoysa
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After my father’s death when I was a toddler, I was distanced from my paternal family, traditions, and legacy.  
Thirty-nine years later, my children’s curiosity and unanswered questions made me begin searching for my father’s remaining relatives in Sri Lanka. 
 
The images are a visual representation of an emotional journey combining memories with the present. 

 

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I was born in Sri Lanka and have made Barcelona my home for the last twenty years. A logistics engineer by profession, I discovered street photography when I stumbled across my father-in-law’s work from 1987.  
 
A late bloomer to street photography, since 2017, I have been using my free time to capture everyday life around the world. My work is colourful, subtle, playful and full of visual riddles. It has been awarded at multiple international street photography festivals, exhibited internationally and published in various online and printed media.  

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