“This editorial is about the relationship between the human being and nature.
The photos were shot in black and white impossible film on a Polaroid.”
Inês Marinho is a Portugese photographer, currently based in Madrid. For this beautiful Polaroid-series she was inspired by a poem written by Alberto Caeiro:
“I enjoy the fields when I’m not looking at them.
You ask me why I enjoy them.
Because I enjoy them is my answer.
Enjoying a flower is being right next to it unconsciously
And having a notion of its perfume in your very dim ideas.
When I look, I don’t enjoy: I see.
I shut my eyes, and my body, which is in the grass,
Belongs entirely to the exterior of someone shutting their eyes —
To the fresh hardness of the fragrant bumpy earth;
And something of the indistinct noises of things existing,
And only a red shadow of the light heavy in my sockets,
And only a remainder of life is listening.”
Model: Marta @ The Cool Models Management – Madrid
Styling: Nina Fernandez
HMUA: Isa Lage