“I took the road without taking photographs, I first needed to discover, to immerse myself in the valley, to live in it, to smell it, to get close to the light, to illuminate me with its colors, returning most often to the same places, I prowled around the Jordan, hidden, further down, exiled river its shores strewn with watchtowers and military...
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