A "tourist guide" to Mathematical Morphology ?

After spending so many years using tools coming from Mathematical Morphology I endeavored to build a small set of lectures on this subject with the determination to stick to the basics and favor illustrations and intuitive understanding rather that mathematical formulas.

The whole set (slides, transcripts and references) is there: MorphoDiapo

Comparatively to other resources on the same subject, these lectures look more like a "holiday pictures sideshow"  but in order to keep it interesting I built it with the main objective to introduce and explain as clearly as possible measures that make it possible to analyze the shapes of objects present on an image.

Giving a glimpse backstage: these SVG slides could be built thanks to Inkscape et and its LaTex and JessyInk extensions.