I’ve always loved seeing things at a higher point, from above. The viewpoint up high flattens the perspectives and conveys the impression of a world in miniature. The elaborate graphic composition is also what I’m looking for in my photographs. In fall and spring, the light is soft, the tourists are not there yet – or already gone, the beach resorts have been dismantled, leaving bare sections of concrete destroyed on the beaches. In the afternoon, a few regulars get settled and enjoy the warmth of the autumn or spring sun. “The Promenade des Anglais” is overlooking the beach and...
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