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Laurence Georgetti, Carcassone, interviewed on January, 17, 1998

" used to spend hours looking for the right tree where to carve our initials. I had the feeling that he was probing them, node per node, leaf per leaf. And meanwhile all I wanted was to kiss him, we were kids in love, you know. He had this little camera and he took pictures of the trees, to put in his album for later classification. This looked like the most important thing in his life. It certainly was. He may have had two hundreds or three hundred photographs in that album, though we kissed three times only, the last time just before we parted, each in the opposite direction in the company of our parents. If you happen to be in Saint-Verjus, go to this little grove behind the dunes, though I guess that our signatures lay deep below a cork layer."

Gilles Tran © 2001 www.oyonale.com