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Poetry weather by Cristophe Jacrot

Unlike most people who are hiding from the rain under umbrellas and rooftops, French photographer Cristophe Jacrot  uses the bad weather for creativity. “I like rain, snow, and other manifestations of” bad weather “for what they evoke in me the desire to dream and romance.”
His photographs, paintings and emotional force to look at the nasty element differently, seeing the beauty and mystique. In a series of Christoph Jacrot captured the rainy Hong Kong, Paris and New York.

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