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Notes on Antique Textiles, Folk Art & Timeless Traditions – Jaina Mishra

The Jeju Crater – a place that I seem to know

The first time I saw this place it felt like I knew it intimately.

The deep familiarity that I experienced alarms me even today. There are vague memories like those of half-forgotten dreams but of visuals that cannot be unseen that appear before my mind’s eye.

I do not understand any of this but I cannot deny it either.

A few pictures of the Jeju crater that intrigues my sixth sense.

 

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