Loneliness often refers to a sense of despair. As far as I’m concerned, it’s more related to a sort of freedom that overwhelms me when I’m confronted to it. Faced to the immensity of nature, an element of the landscape sometimes catches my attention, I can identify myself with it. A fleeting puddle of light or an immutable concrete block, I freeze it on the midline of my photography. However, this central element, isolated in the foreground by this unusual framing protocol, is in reality only incidental: It’s the infinite that surrounds it that best defines my Solitudes. www.dominiqueott.com...
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