European Neighbours

While travelling around Europe, I found myself dragged into documenting how the different cultures, people and religions live together in harmony and peace, despite what mass media and radicals think and make us believe. The main goal I pursue with my work is to show the things we share and have in common, that are way more than our differences, so we can move forward to a more respectful and tolerant society.

Mother and child in Granada, SpainBy Ana Fernandez Martin
Tourisst and an Arabic couple mixed in a commercial street in Granada, SpainBy Ana Fernandez Martin
Couple buying at a food market in Marseille, FranceBy Ana Fernandez Martin
Mother and child holding hands on their way to school in Montpellier, FranceBy Ana Fernandez Martin
Cross roads (business man and woman) in Nantes, FranceBy Ana Fernandez Martin
Muslim tourists taking pictures of themselves in Split, CroatiaBy Ana Fernandez Martin
Neighbours talking on the streets of Marseille, FranceBy Ana Fernandez Martin
Mother and children getting ready to enter the mosque in Granada, SpainBy Ana Fernandez Martin

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zenith Photo Award 2017

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