Photographer's Note

Free man, always you will cherish the sea! The sea is your mirror; you contemplate your heart In the infinite unfolding of his blade, And your spirit is not a less bitter pit.
You enjoy to plunge within your image; You embrace it eyes and arms, and your c?ur is distracted sometimes from its own rumour To the noise of this untameable and wild complaint.
You are all two dark the and discrete ones: Man, no one did not probe the bottom of your abysses; O sea, no one does not know your intimate richnesses, Tant you are jealous to maintain your secrecies!
And however here are of the innumerable centuries That you fight yourselves without pity nor remorse, Tellement you like carnage and death, O eternal fighters, ô brothers relentless!
Charles Baudelaire

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Additional Photos by Charles Chiappe (CC2A) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 87 W: 11 N: 251] (2061)
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