Cloaked in Bahia’s unique light, Geralyn’s intimate portrayal of daily life offers viewers distinctly quiet, in-between moments laden with profundity. Underpinning the collective power of O Tempo Não Para (Time Does Not Stop) is her acute ability to cultivate trust and develop close connections with the community. Set in the extraordinarily colorful landscape of Bahia, a contrasting palette of bright, cool and warm colors, each photograph leaves traces of a culture steeped in the rituals and traditions that bind them.
All images and text © Geralyn Shukwit
By Geralyn Shukwit
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