What memories of Brittany do we keep? Wet feet in rubber boots, itchy sand in bathing suits, skinned feet on rocks. These sensations have been transformed into tiny papers kept precariously in our family albums. Forty years in a closet or passing from hand to hand, these photographs give us an account of the modifications of the Breton landscape over a half-century of tourism.
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