Photographer Florence Verrier’s first encounter with the plant world came when she was a child. Growing up in the south of France, surrounded by fields and nature, she would let herself be lulled by the light playing in the leaves of the sycamore trees. Since then, she has been drawn to strong colors, “natural” materials, and the hard light delineating shadows.
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