INTO MY ARMS

April 18th, 2020

Words & Photos by Agustina Zabala

I take pictures on film, and lately, since I'm in quarantine, I've been going through my files and finding lots of meaning in my photos. I realized that most of the pictures I take are deeply connected with love and intimacy. I miss seeing my friends face-to-face. I miss going out for coffee. I miss taking walks in the park. I miss being alone outside. So these are pictures that remind me of everything I want to go back to when this is over.

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AGUSTINA ZABALA - photo by LUNA REY CANO
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Agustina Zabala is a 21-year-old non-binary contributor from Argentina. They don't necessarily define themselves as an artist, but someone who explores mediums like painting, writing and photography to express vulnerability, explore their identity and seek to show what they love. You can follow Agustina on Instagram @agggggstina