Dalia Daud has a unique and very personal photographic voice. She sees and captures the world with the eyes of a contemplative and conscious seeker. For her the world holds no mystery, she sees through the human disguises and pretences. And then captures their vulnerability with tenderness and sensibility. When she was for shooting her personal photo project about isolation for my eWorkshop Dalia attended last spring, she would find her subject everywhere. On a train, on the streets, at home, in a shopping mall, from above or from below. Her approach is with a curious and open mind, walking and observing, both with detachment and with passion – as strange as that may sound. She is a flâneur – a connoisseur of the street, capturing the world around her with sharpness and tuned in to the drama unrolling on the streets she is strolling. Always with a great sense of light and composition. Needless to say; her camera is her mobile phone which makes it possible for her to move around as a fly on the wall. If you want to see more of her pictures look up her blog Dalia Daud Photography.