The shade runners – The sun was almost relentless, you could see it in the sharp, black shadow that devoured the white. I saw them from afar, they cut through the heat effortlessly. I crouched down, held the camera close to the ground. I pressed. I’ll have to put a pack of candles one day to the patron saint of the photo! Jean-Michel Daumen www.daumen.fr...
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