Throughout its history, photography has always favoured the tree as a subject of study, and this from the beginning, even before the famous images by Le Gray and other photographers in the the Fontainebleau forest. If the tree is alone, photography made it a portrait, if they are grouped together in a forest and laid out as avenues among the...
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