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Anna Attlid, is a well known photographer in Sweden and also happens to be the model in the majority of my pictures. Her talent for photography, web design and journalism is just unbelievable. Her facade is as beautiful as it can be. But behind all of this, her life has largely been characterized in pain since she was diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of eleven. I can not imagine the pain, but I am constantly trying to completely empathize with her. A few weeks ago she underwent a major surgery. My visit to the hospital was kind of frightening since she looked so weak and feeble. Her quiet moaning of pain and all the tubes in her body made me quite blank and apathetic. Although she described the pain as constant burning cement, she continued to smile anyway. It made me smile too. Everything is gonna be alright, that kind of feeling. More than alright.
I think it is important that more people are taking part in her history since it is both moving and painful realistic. Quoting her favourite singer, Hayley Williams, "Open your eyes, it's only the real world." After all, the main point is that this is going to bring something very good back to Anna. A healthy non aching back and an experience that just makes her even stronger. Both mentally and psychologically.
Please read the whole story on her own blog: 28032012