Matthieu Venot’s closely cropped photography captures the architectural details of his hometown Brest in Southern France

Posted in Art, Photography
By Sam Bathe on 24 Sep 2015


A sight of bright summer, self-taught photographer Matthieu Venot‘s composition perfectly captures the architectural details, and warm, pastel hues of Brest, in Southern France. The middle ground between art and architecture, Matthieu sets the bright blue sky against the strong lines of each man-made structure.









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