Trees: Living treasures of Périgord
Author : Jérôme HUTIN
The Perigord is home to many forests and each tree has its history. Come and discover it with this book.
The Périgord, land of stories, rich in an exceptional built heritage is also the cradle of majestic historic trees.
After having traveled to more than fifty countries around the planet and having produced his first book "The venerable trees", Jérôme Hutin, nature photographer, took up his pilgrim's staff to capture, through his lenses and his gaze, the historic trees of the Périgord that he calls the "Treasures"
From page to page, you will stroll along our splendid valleys of the Dordogne, the Vézère, the Isle. You will discover the wooded wealth of Terrasson-Lavilledieu in Brantôme via Périgueux, Bergerac or Sarlat in Périgord, via Trémolat, Campagne, Marqueyssac ... Trees are there, well rooted, generous of all kinds, deploying their beautiful Perigord branches whether our oaks, chestnut trees, elms, lindens, redwoods, cedars, plane trees, ginkgos.
Jerome's talented photographs will take you on an inner journey at the foot of these living and sensitive treasures. Beautiful escape under these splendid branches.
Preface: Pierre Rabhi, French farmer, writer and thinker of Algerian origin, initiator of the Movement for the Earth and Humanism and the national movement Colibri, preface and supports the new book by Jérôme Hutin.
- Jérôme HUTIN
- Hardcover book 32 x 23
- Number of pages
- 200 pages