This project is about a small village in Burgundy, France – the village where my husband’s parents met when they were both 5 years old. I’ve been coming to this town, a place of family reunions, every summer for the last 20 years. I’m always fascinated by how it appears to be largely untouched by time. This is a village of stone houses, many dating back several hundred years, with a population of 192 people. There is no commerce here, not one single shop. The empty streets and open fields seem to hold fragments of childhood memories.
All images and text © Sharon Draghi
By Sharon Draghi
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