The composite photographic plates are free from nomenclature and scientific procedures. They exist only to keep the memory of the forms, the colour and the layout of the plants found. They are ghosts of a moment to retranscribe as closely as possible the ephemerality of life. The images created are influenced in various ways by the external context: the sunlight, the thickness of the selected plants placed in the scanner or the more or less dense arrangement of the composition on the glass. These elements produce an unpredictable alteration of the image, giving each print a unique character.