the silent language

‘I don’t remember much ever feeling like a child, so maybe photographing them triggers memories. They are wild and magical, as if from another planet. And they haven’t been socially conditioned yet, so they can scream and express how they feel publicly. Sometimes I envy them. When I am in a group of people, the children and I find each other’s eyes, and end up laughing at the same, unspoken thing….Some people say that children know it all and life is about forgetting, and maybe that’s true. They know something we don’t, because they just came out of the womb.’ Nan Golding

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About Kendal

I'm Kendal Mosley-Chalk. I live in York with my husband and two children.
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