It may seem strange, even incongruous, to wonder if the Adonis Landscapes - as the photographer Anne-Lore Mesnage named her series - are portraits, landscapes or still lifes. Hesitating between these different kinds, one should refer to the title of the series to get the answer, are we tempted to retort. But a series of photographs isn't only to be identified by its title to be distinguished from another one. Words come with images, these images sometimes contradicting the words.
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