Between you and me… Trees give us everything. Alone in the middle of a field, a tree can draw the perspective of a valley and make it more beautiful. Some of them have given up their fibers to make the paper for this book. Thousands of them protect our great apes ancestors from profit-obsessed merchants. By the millions, they are relentless, tireless rescuers, to breathe a little more oxygen into our atmosphere. That’s why I like them. And much more. At 16, I chose photography rather than diplomas, which, it is true, did not hold out their arms to me....
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