Homeland by Daniel Grant

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This series of images revisits my Grandmothers stories of, as she would say: “the homeland, where our people are from.” These amazing stories were told when I was just a child helping her in the kitchen.

She would describe these incredible foreign places with unbelievable characters and for a minute you could almost smell exotic meals coming from behind stone facades, hear conversations in a familiar but distant languages and feel the heat of summer on your face. I was not fortunate enough to inherit a writer’s wit or my grandmother’s skills of storytelling, but I was able to walk in her footsteps to document these places with my camera for others to recall. [Official Website]


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