Obviously it is impossible for me to take pictures on the Moon, due to the distance between here and there. But may be this distance was my motivation for this project. Because of the distance I started to imagine what I would see if I was there. (…) I have researched a lot of revelant informations about the Moon, but for the most parts I relied on my imagination.
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