I took the road with a friend, two times, with no hurry, and a total freedom on the moment we decided to stop, and the road we would take.
This series is the start of a bigger work I started last year, which could be described as a rough portrait of an industrial France, questioning the place of human being in his environment, a travel in time and space.
Raphaël Bourelly (born in 1984) is a French self-taught photographer, working and living in Paris.
He quickly angled his work towards urban, and more precisely the relation between man and his environment.
Exploring afoot big areas, places where people live, as well as places where few people go, he tries to use light and emptiness to relate stories about loneliness, but also to evoke a certain poetry in those moments when nothings happens.