“Turning my head to the opposite side of the cathedral, a young woman was suddenly facing me, she laughed. It was obviously necessary to re-establish a more discreet photographic strategy for the next time, because this half-turn had only revealed my ignorance of the art of camouflage. In spite of everything, I was once again under the charm of this […]
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