Lou Mistrau is a strong, cold and usually dry regional wind in France, coming from the north or northwest, blowing across the Mediterranean coast from Languedoc to Provence, shaping the landscape, vegetation and character of its inhabitants.

This week, a picture a day’s guest is Thomas Bouquin with his series Lou Mistrau.

“The Lou Mistrau project reflect the sentiment felt and lived by my new immigrant status while revisiting places that are personal in south of France. They show the inability to participate fully in the activities taking place before one’s eyes, being at the same time both a spectator and a temporary resident.”