Odds and ends is a survey that began on February 13, 2013 in Châteauroux and ends on November 18, 2018 in Kourou. Its subject is the end as a process at work in what surrounds us, and paints a portrait of a smoking Earth, abandoned. I have chosen to travel through territories and places that must be the vectors of my anxiety about the future. I often approach this work as an obituary of our planet, evoking its accidents and its alleged collapse. This investigation works by bounces, one place calling another. For five years, wind, earth and fire guided me in the construction of this fatal fable. Time is voluntarily suspended to deaf life. This series is for me a poem without men.