I’m 23 years old and I’m French. I’m living in the mountains in the Alps, in a small village named Chabottes. My series Eble Lunlumas (from the Esperanto « maybe the full moon bright») is the visual story of a mystic journey along an abandoned railway track, who cross the mountains from La Mure to Gap. In this series I try to build a photographic plot, almost a detective one. This is also my black and poetic vision of a stranger, for whom the sort is a rail which he can’t escape from.
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