Marine Symphony is a work done at sunset on the beaches of Normandy. All photos are made freehand, slow exposure accompanied by a deliberate and studied movement of the camera, to obtain a minimalist result where the essential is the light. “When I look at the sea, I walk in the time of the world.” said Olivier de Kersauson; this sentence perfectly reflects the spirit with which this series was conceived. www.ben-images.com
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