Incomprised of citizens from land and mountains, coastal populations need to be lulled by the rhythm of the tides day and night. Every rising tide comforts feelings and every falling tide, in its fall, reveals residues, metaphors of the darkest questions. These are then transformed into fragments under the eye of a deliberately aesthetic photography. Thomas Girondel www.thomasgirondel.com
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