Les Planches of Deauville, almost a century old have seen pass. Stars, regulars, tourists, families, lovers. Nostalgia is out of place, the walk is still there, unchanged, like a moment of history, timeless and repeated in a continuous movement. A benevolent continuity. Under the sun the colors assert themselves, silhouettes and details vanish in a beautiful palette. Corot, Boudin, Monet,...
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