I would like to tell you about you, us, me and all the people around us.
But before going any further I will quote one word: nomophobia.
Definition of Larousse dictionary: (from the English no mobile, without a mobile phone, and from the Greek phobos, fear). A nomophobe, said of someone who can not do without his cell phone and is afraid of being separated from it or not being able to use it.
Being honest, at different scales everyone has identified with this definition.
In recent years we have become so dependent on our mobile phones that we wonder how we did before.
On November 28, 2007 in the Orange store on the Champs Elysée was sold the very first iPhone. Since that date, I never stop to take an interest in smartphones, but above all in how we use them.
This is where my nomophobia series was born, which illustrates our addiction to these terminals.
See on my website: https://www.ld.photos/nomophobie
Once again I took the opportunity to expand my series by going to visit Christo’s work on the Champs Elysées, unsurprisingly the Place Charles De Gaulle swarmed with potential nomophobes, here is an excerpt.