Born in the foothills of the Pyrenees in 1981, the contrasting landscapes of mountains and the sea instilled in this photographer a penchant for wide-open spaces. Between dreams and reality, Pierre Baelen today uses photography to fight for the environment with the association Surfrider, creating surrealist landscapes that reveal the beauty of the real and the intrigue of the unreal.
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