A short story about evolution

Chaos
Chaos
-2016

FAPA (Fineart Photography awards) (2017)

TIFA (Tokyo International Foto Awards) (2017)

Chaos was, according to Greek mythology, the origin of everything, and the first thing that ever existed. It was the primordial void, the source out of which everything was created, including the universe and the gods. The primordial chaos will become cosmos.

''The sinuous and curved lines of the rock formation which form rising angles, taking the viewer's eyes from the lower left to the upper right. In addition, this image is particularly efficient in describing the textural details of the rock. You're also using a heavy vignette effect here, which suits the overall subject matter. '' (LensCuture, reviewer 2017)
Les piliers du monde (The Pillars of the World)
Les piliers du monde (The Pillars of the World)
International Photography Awards (IPA) 2016 .

After the big crunch, material consolidates and generates planets. At first glance, these planets appear lifeless and unable to support life. They seem to just exist silently in the light. But slowly, these rocks are and will be the foundations upon which the rest will come to be.

'' In this image, the strong directional lighting creates high contrast in a very sound manner. The shadows produce an interesting doubling effect of the rocks, and they also lend prominence to the lines in the sand. I also enjoy the suggestion of time and motion in this picture. '' (Lensculture, review 2017)
Le champ (The field)
Le champ (The field)
International Photography Awards (IPA) 2016 -

A field in motion reorganizes space. In time, structures emerge from the ground. On the surface a furrow is set to open to the fact that fertility is an organized endeavour. A sterile mass may also be a life support.
Emergence
Emergence
As time blows by it moves universes of grains setting old life free. Motion, emergence, access to light, to air and possibly to water. Everything here is the birthplace of a possibility.

'' In this image, enjoy the subtle glimpse of wood underneath the sand. The fact that the appearance of the wood appears to enlarge or grow in size from left to right foregrounds a sense of visual motion within the formal properties of the picture '' (LensCulture , 2017)
Scorpio
Scorpio
Millions of years set in stone, sand becomes the rock in which life encrusts its design. Where death deposits itself, life gives birth to new shapes, new pigments, new colours.
Reptilium
Reptilium
- International Photography Awards (IPA) 2016 -

In the great chain of life, matter draws new shapes. A bony structure appears; a vertebrae curvature gives body to what once was pure resistance.

'' I applaud the suggestion of motion by this creature that once lived millions of years ago. These are your most successful images. '' (LensCulture 2017)
Le chaînon manquant (Missing link)
Le chaînon manquant (Missing link)
Missing links settle into transitional morphologies where the evolution of life forms. What links us to life’s primal morphology? A magical touch of something between us and the rest.
Ecce homo
Ecce homo
If the earth’s history were expressed in a solid moment, the hominid would appear on this evolutionary time scale only in the final instance and would leave only traces of its abstract mind. The distinguished blur of beliefs, religions, and cults.

Lost paradise
Lost paradise
-2016

FAPA (Fineart Photography awards) (2017)

TIFA (Tokyo International Foto Awards) (2017)


Some say that as we were born out of genesis, we were where we are and still sit waiting… As if lost having left the very moment we had arrived.
Entre nous (Between us)
Entre nous (Between us)
Today, in this day and age, we live together. We dance, sing and play as one. We fight side by side and against each other. We are both friend and enemy. This duality is our heritage. The future is at our finger tips while we play and dance with loaded guns.
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