The Wednesday Shot – Felipe Alejandro Tiago

Felipe Alejandro Tiago, son and grandson of nothing, withy in hand, goes to Arles to photograph the bulls. His locks shining under the green moon, he walks slowly, gracefully. Halfway there, he culls plump lemons, which, once fallen into the water, transform it into gold. But under the branches of an elm, the civil guards come and take him away, elbow to elbow.

-Philippe Graton

Self portrait at home with my parent’s Canon FTb. Brussels, 1977.

Each week, discover an image of Philippe Graton narrated by its author. You can also find the archives of The Wednesday Shot on his site and his Instagram account