This series of photographs, entitled Paysages Improbables (Improbable Landscapes) is the result of a voyage from Paris to the Atlantic coast, from the land to the sea, from continent to ocean. These photographs question the idea of space and territory. The landscapes here are on neither land nor sea, but at the limit between the two, where the dunes become foam, the skies meet the land, and the rocks crumble. The frontiers between the two become blurred and uncertain.
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