can we speak in flowers
When someone you love develops Alzheimer’s, a storm rolls in. Slowly — but too fast to be able to adapt — everything changes.
For someone with Alzheimer’s, time is no longer linear. And there on the island, when I photograph my father together with my ten-year-old daughter, it’s like time has stood still. Not much has changed.
I took my father to the island. He always took me, but now, for the first time, I took him. I took my father to the island, where we can speak in flowers.