This book tells of the author’s encounters with figures and landscapes, photographers such as Cartier-Bresson, Doisneau, Boubat, S.Weiss, or the writer John Berger, or anonymous persons. Fez, Venice, Cairo, Carnac, Kyoto … are part of these moments photographed. Among the photos by the author we will also find some pictures of great photographers. The angel of history (Yugoslavia, summer 1986) In black and white, in the magazine, these are pictures of Kosovo refugees driven out by the Serbian army. Women have too big scarves that hide their hair. The dust of travel and fatigue accumulate in the folds of their cheeks....
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