In 2014, Desmoine was a local girl and photographer from the far north of France.
She took a photo of her mother, who had died, and her sister who had lost her mother.
The photo was posted on Facebook, and soon went viral.
But now the photo is in the hands of the French government, who want to seize the photo for their own use.
Desmoins mother had never been seen in public again.
DesMoines mother and sister were both killed by terrorists in 2013.
Now, the photo of them is on display at the National Museum in Paris.
The museum’s curator, Christine Lefebvre, told Engadge that she felt the need to take it down, because it was so painful to see her mother in the photo.
“We didn’t want to erase the memories of her, so we wanted to see what they looked like,” she told Engador.
She said she was also looking for a way to tell her story.
The photos were taken during a visit to the museum.
In her diary, DesMoine wrote about the day she got the photo: “I was in a state of shock.
I had never felt so alone in my life, I could feel my whole life slipping away.
I started crying, I cried for hours.
I went to the bathroom and cried for five minutes.
I was so frightened, I couldn’t even go back to sleep.”
She then wrote: “Then, I was awakened by a knock on my door.
My mother was dead.
I saw her face.
I couldn`t believe it.
I opened the door and saw her lying on the bed.
I looked up at her, and I knew it was me.
I didn`t know what to do, I just stood there, and waited.”
After DesMoinys mother died, she had a vision of her face and body being replaced with a black and white photograph.
Her mother died in the next hospital, and DesMoins sister in the first one.
She wrote: When she saw the photograph, I said, ‘Mom, don`t forget.’
She didn` t know what I meant.
The next day, she was in the hospital, too.
DesMoes sister was also in the second hospital.
The picture she saw showed her mother being replaced by a black-and-white photograph of her.
She was crying and was afraid.
She told me she could never forget her mother’s face, but she couldn` t see her face in that photo, either.
She couldn`te have imagined her own face in it.
After DesMos sister was in hospital for five days, her mother died again, and they both died on the same day.
Des Moines mother had to stay with her sister, who was still in the third hospital.
When her sister went to visit her mother during that time, she said her mother was in her arms, and she was crying, too, so I thought, I can`t do this, she told us.
The family decided to take the photo, and the two of them were together, just like in the diary.
After the photo was taken, Des Moins mother was cremated, but her sister never had her mother`s face in her hands.
The photographer Desmoines sister took the photo in the same room in the museum that her mother had died in.
But that room is now the main exhibition space of the museum, and a plaque has been placed there.
The photographs are on display there in their original frame.
Desmoes sister told Engdadget: I think it`s a very important piece.
I think we can use it for education and to teach about terrorism.
She added that she had always been fascinated by the photo and the people in it, and wanted to take part in its restoration.
“This is a very emotional image, and for me it symbolizes the whole tragedy of the families who lost their lives, and to me it shows that it is possible to live with those images,” she said.
Desoines sister also told Engadelag that she was not afraid of the authorities when she came to Paris.
She had no fears about what would happen to the photos.
“I had never met anyone in the police or military who would try to take away my photograph,” she explained.
She went to Paris to visit the museum and photograph the photos of her sister and mother, but was told that no one from the police was allowed to come to Paris, and no one would even talk to her about the photo she had taken.
When she returned to the United States, she decided to leave the photo at home.
She also wanted to find out what happened to her sister.
“For me, this is my mother, my sister, my mother and her image, so it is important to me to know that my sister`s image is in this museum.