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Laetitia de la Villehuchet



How not to establish a link, if only poetic, between the grace of the dance and the beauty of the flowers when we observe their fluid movement and their delicate evolution?

The flower bends to touch the ground like a dancer doing a bow. The delicate petals unfold gracefully resembling the tutus dressing these slender and slender bodies. The stems bend harmoniously, illustrating the flexibility of these bodies. When we observe the evolution of a flower, its petals, its movement, we are captivated by the beauty of this process. It is as if the plant world offered us an enchanting spectacle, inviting us to contemplate its metamorphosis.

The emotion that emerges in the face of this outbreak can be described as a mixture of fascination and wonder. It’s a moment when we can feel moved by the power of nature and the fragile beauty of the flowers that unfold before our eyes. We attend a show to awaken our aesthetic sense and nourish our soul but also to arouse a feeling of deep connection with the cycle of life. It’s a poignant reminder that everything evolves, transforms and flourishes in its own way. This emotion can be tinged with a certain melancholy, because it reminds us of the transience of beauty and the impermanence of all things. Fragility is an inherent characteristic of the human condition and the nature of flowers. Both are vulnerable to outside forces, environmental conditions, and the passage of time.

Beauty and ephemerality are elements that can be associated with both man and a flower.

Nature thus reveals feminine beauty, delicacy and sensuality and underlines the fragility of the human condition with a certain poetry.

Laetitia de la Villehuchet

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