Those are landscapes of my childhood that I’ve witness near the Bassin d’Arcachon. Nothing extraordinary really, but the permanency in low season of theses water areas of pastel tones, almost united and monochromic who are, for me, crying calm and melancholy. A little bit of land where you can find, walking, an amazing variety of spaces, activities and unique landscapes. […]
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