The "Naturenales" plunge the viewer into a mysterious and ordinary universe at a time. Mixing East and West styles, the "Naturenales" testify to the universal oceanic feeling that Nature gives to Man. The singularity lies in the fact that they are pieces of nature in an urban environment. The works are made in such a way as to correspond to the look of a walker in the city who seeks, thirsty, fragments of nature. Investing massively the representation of the sky, trees, Linda see them as the last space of freedom, observation of a distant horizon without buildings, works, roads that would hinder his eyes. While we will be 75% to live in urban areas in 2050, the series questions the links between Man and Nature in the city. Why does he feel detached? What attracts her home?