Alisa Duda


In this image I wanted to show the power of gaining experience and knowledge after hardship. I think the phrase "What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger," describes perfectly what to expect at the end of this pandemic. Yes, we will be hurt and broken, some more than others, but I believe, we will end up seeing many positive outcomes and changes. There is already many good changes happening; the pollution is down, people finding ways to work from home, families and friends reconnecting, finding new joys in creativity... P.S. No harm was done to the teen (my son) in the picture. He did great job posing the right attitude.
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