Vigie at the tip of the island Maïre in the Riou archipelago, Calanques National Park in Marseille. The two islets of the Pharillons are a high place for diving. It is a rare image because its angle of view is particular. Indeed, the photograph was taken from the island itself, on its south face, at the end of a path that has not been used for a long time because today, landing is prohibited on the island, in order to preserve the local flora and fauna. I had the chance to accompany the teams of the Calanques sur Maïre national park during several scientific follow-ups. Here is a special moment, because a mass is approaching the lookout: it is the mist that comes from the sea and which will soon immerse the island in a whitish and opaque mystery.
Keywords used by Julien Amic to describe this photograph: cove, creeks, sea, mediterranean, ocean, island, islet, archipelago, reserve, mist, lookout, military, black and white, rock, rock, limestone, marseille, nature, wild
This art photograph was taken with a digital The print is made in pigment baryta paper.
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Mounting on aluminium
The photograph is laminated on a 2mn Dibond aluminium plate with a frame on the back to easily hang the photograph on the wall.
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32x18, 80x45, 112x63, 160x90.
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