In January it’s easy to appreciate the Black Seasons photography series by Julien Coquentin.
Made up of five parts in total, the images depict frosty landscapes, and “seasons plunged into darkness”.
Coquentin describes the concept for the photographs as being initially formed during childhood:
“My black seasons were those of childhood, where the time year after year always buried a little more.
The photographed territory is in France, where I grew up, and landscapes are similar to my bedside table, they hide my memory, with all the smells, tastes, sensations that I was able to experience.”
To see more of the series, visit Behance.