Camera Obscura

A darkroom (in Latin " camera obscura ") is an optical instrument used to obtain a projection of the light on a plane surface. We attribute the invention to Ibn al-Haytham ( 965-1039 ), Arabic scientist and father of the modern optics.
I've chosen this ancestral optical system to realize some pictures by creating the link between the landscapes that men can discover and the ground they walk on when they discover them.