Piémanson Beach, a few miles from Arles, is the last remaining wild beach in France, and one of those places that makes taking beautiful pictures look easy. There’s an element of marginality to this beach and the people who come here, as well as an authentic connection between man and nature, which is currently all the rage among young photographers.
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