Zineland, which covers photography in print, has long crossed borders. Zines today, however intimate they may be, travel swiftly across the world, ignoring distance. And yet, as the recent feature on Zines of the Zone attests, local roots still exist. This can be seen in the project Nature Humaine, a residency for photographers in the heart of Brenne in central France.
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