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The word oasis came into English from Latin: oasis, from Ancient Greek: ὄασις, óasis, which in turn is a direct borrowing from Demotic Egyptian. The word for oasis in the later attested Coptic language (the descendant of Demotic Egyptian) is wahe or ouahe which means a "dwelling place".

As an Art Director and Photographer, I always like to introduce a thematic and a common language between model, place and experience during the photoshooting execution.

The goal is to create an atmosphere which transport the viewer to a surreal places and let him imagine his own story.

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