I unveil Camargue as someone slowly recedes from the landscape. The salt industry is altered at Salin de Giraud and in this finally tamed scenery, nature prevails reclaiming its rights. A transitional world is revealed, exactly where people have made a remote place, constructing facilities and taming a wild piece of land.
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