Being on the edge of the mountain gives me a feeling of dizziness, mixed feelings of distance and poetry. Gigantic, enclaving, oppressive but majestic and spiritual, this environment is a universe difficult to grasp and appropriate. Blur. So approaching the mountain, the forest, decor of an open-air theater in which the child moves foward.
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