To close out the Planche(s) contact photography festival, Deauville has for the past two years asked photographers to capture the '25th hour' that is added to the calendar every autumn during daylight savings. It's a clever little idea. This year 150 people began lining up at midnight to sign up. Philippe Augier, the mayor of the city, and his team were giving out hot drinks and sumptuous petit-fours. The jury selected 25 of the 150 photographs submitted—which we are sharing with you here—and went on to award four of them with prizes. Incidentally, I was on the jury.
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