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Terre d'infinis

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Léon photographies (Saint-Priest-des-Champs, France) on 20 April 2017 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

Gâvres - Along the Atlantic ocean (Morbihan), France

Un bout de terre bétonnée se jetait dans le bleu infini du monde. Loin de comprendre la notion de symbiose, les solutions infinies que le monde offrait à notre regard se retrouvaient reléguées au rang de problèmes. L’anthropocentrisme tuait le monde, l’homme pensant que son destin n’était pas lié à celui des autres.

A piece of concreted land was flowing into the infinite blue of the world. Far from understanding the idea of symbiosis, the endless solutions that the world was offering to our look were often being categorized as problems. Anthropocentrism was killing the world, mankind thinking that its destiny wasn’t linked to the others’ one.

From inside cultures, people and countries, Léon wants to reflect the world as it is. With and without lines, Léon tries not to lie about what he sees and lets know what people express, and what landscapes tell. Photographic work processed with films (Ilford HP5, XP2, FP4, Pan 100 & Pan 50, Portra 800, 400 & 160, Velvia 100 & 50, Sensia 100, Ektar 100, APX 100, Fomapan 200, Tri-X 400, Rolleï 400, BW400CN & Superia 400) by Nikkormat FS, 1968 & Praktica MTL5, 1984.