Paolo Fusco is a photographer based in Rome and a member of the Shoot4Change community. His work mainly focuses on architecture, urban landscape, and sometimes at social issues, his photos have been published on several newspaper and magazines. His latest project was about flower kiosk in Rome: hardly anything is open 24h in Rome but you can find them everywhere in the city and they never close, opened 365 days a year, 24h a day.

“Their presence has always fascinated me, they seem like sentinels in the quiet roman night, small lighthouses populated by half-asleep immigrant workers. An hint of mystery sorrounds them, but it’s probably just a business model which takes advantage of the immigrant workers’ need to have a place to spend the night.”

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