Ed. Reuss, 2001 - 240 pages
The people in these pictures extrude a natural aura; they do not possess the body of a model, and coming across these individuals in the state that nature intended is a perfectly normal occurrence. Mother, father, son and daughter are all naked because they revel in the beauty and strength of their own bodies. This is a book about respect. In the first place it concerns the respect of parents for their children, who have learned to trust them in return. But also about respect for the wonder that is life, a phenomenon that for nine whole months is lived out in the mother's womb and which, with the baby's arrival, changes forever the lives of parents.
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