ln my third decade (1955-1965). I was still photographing children then discovered death with the many dead animals that could be found besides the local river. While I photographed children in the shadows, I found the shadow of death in bright sunshine. I enjoyed theatre, the Avignon Festival, and I met Jean Cocteau, who was impressed with my photos of gypsies.
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