The Parasols of Deauville have been photographed many times over the years. They are a recurring motif that puts a photographer to the test. A subject like this forces you to look for a novel approach, even though it always seems the same. This is a reflection on the insistence of perception, on the variations of light, on the unexpectedness of the pattern, on the astonishment of encountering what has not been seen before.
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