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CAMIN BLU (Chemin bleu) - Gaël Hemery

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Camin blu - Chemin bleu (Blue Way). The Camargue inspires the most sensitive souls. Inhabited by the nature that saw him born and that surrounds him daily, Gaël Hemery followed the tracks of the Beast of Vaccarès to the depths of the lower Camargue that he criss-crossed in its smallest corners. Collection of bilingual poems in Provençal and French, photographs by Florent Gardin. L'aucèu libre.

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TypePaperback
Year2022
LanguageFrench + Occitan Provençal
Pages60
Format14 x 14 cm
DistributorL'aucèu libre
ISBN978-2-917111-72-7
LengaGraphie mistralienne

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CAMIN BLU - Chemin bleu - Gaël Hemery

(Blue road)


Collection of bilingual poems about the Camargue.

Inhabited by the nature that saw him born and that surrounds him daily, Gaël Hemery followed the tracks of the Beast of Vaccarès to the depths of the lower Camargue that he crisscrossed in its smallest corners.

Photographs by Florent Gardin, preface by Annelyse Chevalier.


A limited edition, numbered and signed by the author and the illustrator. Poetry in Occitan provençal and French.

Editions L'aucèu libre.



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CAMIN BLU (Chemin bleu) - Gaël Hemery

CAMIN BLU (Chemin bleu) - Gaël Hemery

Camin blu - Chemin bleu (Blue Way). The Camargue inspires the most sensitive souls. Inhabited by the nature that saw him born and that surrounds him daily, Gaël Hemery followed the tracks of the Beast of Vaccarès to the depths of the lower Camargue that he criss-crossed in its smallest corners. Collection of bilingual poems in Provençal and French, photographs by Florent Gardin. L'aucèu libre.

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