The French photojournalist has captured the nocturnal life of a continent that suffers from electricity shortage and created vibrant pictures lit by the flame of artisanal gas lamps. There are villages engulfed by pitch darkness and without access to any effective ways of confronting it. Darkness encroaches on living quarters and instills fear in the villagers. “I am scared at...
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