For years I went on the Saint-Tropez peninsula to photograph this mythical village, its people, its atmosphere, its festivals, on behalf of agencies or magazines. The years have passed. My return to the area allowed me to explore the very preserved natural heritage that surrounds it, like a true jewel. The itineraries are varied. The trail winds from Cape Camarat, Cape Lardier and Cape Taillat, while revealing its natural wonders. The cliffs reveal creeks, the granite blocks hide coves. Man has shaped passages in the rock. The variety of plants evolving with the seasons is a constant surprise. In this natural...
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