Creatures in Imaginary – My pictures, shot mostly in nature – where life leads me to when hiking and cycling – are invitations to journey in each and everyone’s own imagination. During these wanderings, my attention is attracted by details that enable to open certain windows of perception. These details, often invisible, beyond being tribute to beauty, reveal the richness and the complexity of nature which surrounds us everywhere, especially in our personal surrounding. The photographs presented in this series are all Pareidolies – phenomena consisting in identifying a familiar figure in a landscape, a tree trunk or a rock....
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