“Much more than a simple static point of view, the landscape exists mainly because we move, multiplying perspectives and daydreams. It is shaped by human movements. The paths, the roads and the various ways condition our gaze and constantly redraw the landscape we contemplate. Following them helps to change the ways of apprehending the world around us. But all show the importance of the mental journey for contemplating, understanding a landscape: memories, desires, absences or hopes, the landscape is above all the receptacle, always moving, of ways of doing, being and seeing the world. »Marc Desportes “This vision while moving...
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