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Landscape. Minimalism. Fine Art.
An ongoing work about Lake Geneva (Léman) since 1995. Lake Geneva is a mesmerizing natural jewel that stretches on the borders of Switzerland and France. Renowned for its ethereal beauty and captivating charm, this enchanting lake holds a special place in the hearts of locals. Spanning approximately 580 km2, it is one of the largest lakes in Western Europe, offering a serene and picturesque setting. This makes it an inexhaustible source of inspiration for minimalist photography in all seasons.
China - Huangshan
The Yellow Mountain in Spring, Autumn and Winter. A mountain range where mist, sea of clouds, forests in fog and snowfalls have inspired the traditional Chinese landscape painting and litterature for centuries. Huangshan is also famous for its dizzying granite peaks and century-old twisted pines anchored in rock. Located in Anhui province, these mountains are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list for their unique biodiversity.
Japan - Hokkaido
10+ years of winter trips around the Island in the quiet and pristine snow of Hokkaido. From the northern landscapes of Wakkanai to the Tanchozuru in Kushiro, the emblematic and elegant cranes which have been intensively-represented in the Japanese painting. Second largest island in Japan, it is known for its varied natural landscapes, snowy mountains, and hot springs. It offers rich biodiversity and unique endemic fauna.
France - Bretagne
An ongoing work about the the coastal landscapes, fishing huts, wave breakers, lighthouses and more. In Bretagne and Loire atlantique. Bordered by the ocean on three sides, the Brittany landscapes alternate between rocky coasts, beaches, heaths, and forests. While the inland areas consist of hills, river valleys, and lakes, creating an ideal setting for landscape photography. Scattered with menhirs and dolmens, Brittany maintains a unique history and a natural environment imbued with mysticism.
Spain - La Mancha
A project about Los Gigantes de La Mancha. The windmills are an iconic symbol made famous by Miguel de Cervantes in his renowned novel "Don Quixote". These majestic structures have become synonymous with the literary character's valiant battles against imaginary giants. La Mancha is famous for its windmills, vast plains, and vineyards. The landscape is characterized by plateaus and low hills, with a continental climate that experiences hot summers and cold winters.
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