Frédéric Lecloux is a freelance photographer and traveler who has spent considerable time in Nepal. His motto is: “Apply what Nicolas Bouvier taught me about slowness and the time it takes to be happy.” In Nepal he found a balance between violence and beauty, as can be seen in his books L’usure du monde: Hommage à Nicolas Bouvier and Brumes à venir, both published by Bec en l’air.
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