I photographed this room in an abandoned manor in the south of France, in a quiet sleepy village. There was a lot of decay here but also a strange mix of 19th century decor with 1950’s retro touches here and there. The house clearly had been “modernised” after the war and I was now walking in an incredible maze through rooms and times. It was touching to see all the different lives this place had. This was a very risky photo to take as there were huge holes in the floor. I had to tread carefully over tiled flooring to make my way to the spot I decided I’d shoot from. I had to balance my tripod on different beams, all while negotiating not falling through the floor myself. Newspapers in the room indicate there were huge protests over fake wine being produced in this area, and after reading a few articles, I realised the main square and streets surrounding the manor were named after the leader of this “wine revolution”.
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