Republished after a first release at the end of 2007, "Clair de brume" explores the strangest and most attractive sides of the Vosges mountains, when dawn shines with frost after a long winter night, when the twilight agitates some ghostly silhouettes, or when moving fogs play with the light.
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From the first to the last image, "Clair de brume" is a poetic hymn to a nature still little known, where rare visions follow one another. Between ferns and bilberries, a capercaillie launches its rustic song. Perched on its rock, a chamois contemplates the valley. Deer appear in the cottony veil of the fogs. Further, a blue tit flies over a frozen peat bog...
Father and son, Michel and Vincent Munier have been walking around their native Vosges mountains for years, visiting and capturing the snowy slopes, the mossy underwoods, or the least accessible forests. They deliver here a vibrating testimony to the diversity of the old forests.
Text in French only.
|Photographer||Michel & Vincent Munier|
|Number of pages||160|