When my son turned six our family began to spend part of each summer in Brittany. We always rented the same home near the seaside, a short car ride from our relatives who lived in an old stone house on a working farm. This image is part of my collection Les étés en Bretagne (Summers in Brittany), and was taken at a beachside resort of Quiberon, located on the south coast. As we traverse our first summer of Covid-19, this series has become even more meaningful to me, being both photographer and traveler. I miss the social interaction of lovers and families, bathers and friends, and hope...
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