Photographer Laurent Baheux sparkled us with his photographs of the wild America and Africa. He transports us in the Far North. He caught in black white in Norway, Iceland and Canada, the landscapes and the fauna which lives there. In a new book entitled Ice is Black, the artist shows us the poetry that the melting of the ice caps provoques one the fauna which needs that flora to keep living this environment. He plunges us in the eyes of these little and great inhabitants we want immediately to protect, from polar foxes to bears.