At the beginning of the seventies, passed time in Rome, during a cold and rainy winter; no good photo, I had a wide-angle! except two or three in silent and empty Pompeii under the wonderful rain … Later, in 1979, having finally understood the discreet strength of the 50 mm, coming from the highlands of Taos in New Mexico where I lived, I met up with Claude Nori in Rome , and there, it is the visual shock: is it living in the desert that makes this city fascinating to me in comparison? Let’s say that the images of the...
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