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Today, five themes structure the site: Art, landscape, Animal Life,Black & White and Panorama. Each theme puts up its own slideshow using a few images from the selected theme and the galleries available for the theme.
Landscape: Vaccarès pond at dusk, Camargue - Oct. 2014
The Art theme provides you with 3 galleries:
Child portrait: marble found in Arles amphitheater - © Didier Devèze - Dec. 2009
For the Landscape theme, I suggest a journey from the Mediterranean shores to the slopes of Hautes-Alpes. To date, three galleries are available:
- In the Frioul archipelago, a stone's throw from Marseille, you will discover powerful and untouched nature.
- Camargue, in the Rhône delta, offers you many landscapes, some made or preserved by man. Typical fauna and flora thrive in the Natural Reserve.
- After the Camargue, which does not extend more than a few meters in height, I will take you into the area of Aix-en-Provence, where we will discover the Sainte-Victoire mountain, with photographs shoot at different moment of times of the year.
Sainte-Victoire mountain from Cengle barrier - © Didier Devèze - May 2013
To illustrate the Animal Life theme, we shall view pictures taken in three different habitats: flying, walking and swimming animals, somewhere in Provence:
- The In the Air gallery shows many birds that live in our plains and our mountains, or simply migrate through Camargue. Some of them will surprise you.
- In the At eye level gallery, you can discover animals (some very small) living in the woods and the fields of Provence.
- Under Water presents you an insight of the aquatic fauna visible in Provence.
Mediterranean Sea Bass, Monaco - © Didier Devèze - Feb. 2009
The Black & White section offers photographs originally taken with this creative medium in mind. Three galleries illustrate this theme:
Basin in Côté Sud exhibition, Aix-en-Provence - june 2008
Montagne Sainte-Victoire under the snow - February 2013
A great thank you to my friend Daniel who read and amended the English version of my site. You can discover his site here: http://www.kiechle.com