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At the very end of the project, Ch. arrives at the Peps with her 10-year-old daughter, L. I am immediately struck by their resemblance, which Ch reinforces by saying "I present you my mini-me". L. easily binds me, and we spend a long time together in the waiting room while her mum is in the treatment room. We discuss gymnastics, a discipline she practices assiduously, and dance. When Ch returns, I suddenly think back to the duet session of F. and M. I then offers them to do a duet session, while showing L. the photos already made with her mother. They are both excited by the idea. We then close the shooting phase of the project with Ch. and her daughter, during an evening of August, which will culminate in six mother-daughter photographs. The link between them, through dance and movement, manifests itself differently for L. and Ch. L. is rather measured, with small but very precise gestures, which seem to have been constructed by anticipation. Her mother is more exuberant, giving free rein to a very dancing and spontaneous gesture. The final rendering of the images is striking, a eulogy to shared creativity...