Photographer Lee Towndrow's 'Anachronisms No. 2' explores the development of personality over time. She notes that when individuals are young, the notion of intimacy becomes almost second nature despite its foreign qualities. Aging often invites alienation by contrast as couples begin to rely solely on one another.
The interchanges depicted in Anachronisms No. 2 between the elderly and the young are quite instructive. The young appear to be full of emotion and love, while the old are more distant.
This chronological review is both beautiful and touching. The apparel choices are mostly vintage with top hats and 60s style bathing suits. The best part however are the solemn gazes cast by Towndrow's subjects, each revealing more emotion than the last.
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