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Lost 3 (le gardien)
Lost 33 (Les demi-hommes)
Lost 4 (les radiations)
Lost 17 (la passerelle)
Lost 21 (l'escalier inutile)
Lost 30 (Les sans-ombres)
Lost 34 (Le guetteur)
Lost 7 (le fût de dioxine)
Lost 6 (le reboucheur du trou de la couche d'ozone)
Lost 8 (suspendus sous les nuages)
Lost 27 (L'exode)
Lost 20 (s'enfoncer dans le néant)
Lost 26 (sans repère)
Lost 16 (soleil gris)
Lost 18 (l'îlot)
Lost 24 (le loup blanc)
Lost 14 (le désert à notre porte)
Lost 12 (blanc et noir)
Lost 28 (Face au vide)
Lost 25 (noir chemin)
Lost 15 (sombre horizon)
Lost 32 (Le rameur du néant)
Lost 13 (on a marché sur l'horizon)
Lost 29 (The end)

While the humanist photography often turns its shoots to its neighbor, to talk about other people, The question here is to show an internal feeling, a thinking about the position of the man in the universe.

The man occupies a more and more important place in our world, not only by his physical presence but also by his emphasis in any circumstances, corrupting our ways of thinking in egocentric models.

We forget then our own reality and we hide the old fears and the questions stayed without answer.

This series is there to remind us the real place of the man in the universe, a tiny being who stirs, lost in the infinity which he doesn’t control.

Printed on fineArt Hahnemühle photorag bright wite paper