Reportage in Frasnes-lez-Anvaing (Belgium), that illustrate the last sugar campaign of the second millennium.
It’s like this: if you’re not a fisherman, miner, diver or master corporal at the Foreign Legion, there’s little chance of a photographer looking at your work. For example, if you are a cook or responsible for washing beets in a sugar factory. Fortunately, Michel Vanden Eeckhoudt is a photographer with a passion for the little things in life; he is interested in a hand and a knife peeling off a beet, like a pile of old bags lying around, or an unfortunate beet caught in barbed wire. He even goes so far as to photograph them.