From one side of the mountain to the other, the landscape changes radically. From a landscape dug in a rational and millimetre-long way, we move on to multicoloured cliffs stretching their geological strata in all directions. The colour rolls up, drips, snakes, mixes, projects itself towards the sea in frozen movements in full ascent. On this side, disorder and chance reign. From the same land, two aesthetics can coexist. To me, one is no more beautiful than the other. They are different beauties who share a common denominator. This series is therefore understandable by looking at both sides of the same coin. I hope you like it. Nice evening, everyone!
During my trip to the Cyclades I worked on a series about duality between nature/culture. Reality is never easy to grasp. From a practice that could be intellectually condemned for its devastating effects on nature can nevertheless emerge an involuntary and undeniable beauty. From a volcanic island with haunting colours, Milos has become, through the presence of man, a place with two faces. These colours are double in themselves. From colours frozen at the whim of terrestrial cataclysms, the fruit of chance, to colours composed by the mining activity of human beings, resulting from an action thought of on the landscape. Color on Milos is dual. Each photo must be apprehended with its duplicate, natural ones or human ones. In a few days, I will post a photo of the natural face of the mineral color. I look forward to hearing what you think of this new series, tell me all about it in commentary! Wish you a great week for all of you !
Back after a long absence on Instagram. ✨
Many things have taken me so much time and I had the chance to go away for two weeks in the Cyclades to make a photo series that I look forward to showing you!
These complete disconnection did me a lot of good, and also made me wonder about the negative and addictive aspects of Instagram 😒
I had read many articles about buying fake followers and likes, which discouraged me a lot. Suddenly I wondered what the point was of investing so much time to make growing my account and my community when others only have to take out their credit cards to follow a rapid and continuous growth curve... 🤔🙄😣
When I came back from Greece, I couldn't get back into the rhythm, I just didn't want to anymore. Didn't want to look at other people's images, didn't want to scroll through my news feed endlessly to see images that I find more and more standardized... I had suddenly lost the amazement that this application had brought me before. At first I remember the inspiring discoveries I made every day. Today, I realize that it's been months since I subscribed to an account.
During this one-month absence I lost almost 300 followers, who apparently couldn't stand not having their daily dose of image.
It saddened me at first, then I thought I would rather have fewer followers, fewer likes, but more empathetic people, able to understand that my life doesn't turn around instagram and that there are more important things and moments in life.
I prefer to post less but continue to respond to your lovely comments and avoid having a new disgust with this application which can be wonderful ✨
I'm going to slowly get back into the rhythm, without imposing anything on me, and it doesn't matter if many of you unsubscribe and the algorithm doesn't like it.
Thank you for reading me to the end 💕 don't hesitate to tell me what you think about it in your comments.
Beautiful evening for all, with this image of the splendid cliffs of the Cyclades islands.
As promised, here is a new picture of the ASIDE series. Hope you’ll enjoy it ! Don’t hesitate to leave me a comment, I would love to know what you think ✨ Children often do not need others to fill the present with imagination. They shape wonderful adventures and do not need people to share them.
On the side of a dune, this child spends his afternoon evolving in an imaginary world that I would so like to access.
He's not interested in the ocean and its scrolls today.
His daydreams may rather take him into an immense desert of sand, where caravans criss-cross the dunes and adventurers go in search of mythical treasures.
I feel much better back with this rhythm of publication! Thank you all for your kind messages about this. I'm in the middle of a post-production session of about twenty photos that have been requested by a very nice website, I'll tell you more very soon. The days are getting shorter and autumn will be there too fast for my taste... I take the opportunity to make a maximum of trip to the beach to finish my ASIDE series of which I can't wait to reveal more images and the texts accompanying them. The end of the holidays is approaching... Are you still on vacation or back at work?.. Beautiful end of the day to all with these gentle shades of sunset in Lacanau.
Happy Monday everyone! After testing the daily publication frequency for several days, I realize that I will not be able to maintain this rhythm every day. I try to answer every comment and every private message you are kind enough to leave me. I want to continue to privilege my exchange relationship with all of you, and I feel that by posting more often, I would end up disgusting and no longer take the time to answer you as best I can. So I'm going to come back at a rate of one publication every two days, which seems pretty good to me. I wish you all a very good start to the week with this pinky sky of the magical Thailand ✨