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|LOFOTEN ISLAND DISCOVERY (154 photos)|
Surely one of the most beautiful and enchanting destinations in Europe.
Lofoten begin to be, say, "trends" for foreign tourists. As a far alpine enclave, the old Viking archipelago is waking on an eternal twilight Boreal on the black waters of the formidable Norwegian Sea.
Here, time has just stopped.
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|ALONE IN THE TUAMOTUS (44 photos)|
The Tuamotus in French Polynesia, is the world atolls. 84 low islands, circles and rings of coral in the heart of the Pacific north of Tahiti. Illusion of a life time of Robinson where we could live on fish and coconut milk but with ADSL connected in the world. After the black pearl and tourism, internet wins the Tuamotus and we can possibly to feel less alone.
© B. Richard/TheReportage.com
|ZOOTHERAPY FOR ALZHEIMER (56 photos)|
Unique in Europe, an association led by a falconer trying to help the elderly to recall some memories of youth..Thanks to these birds, the elderly suffering from Alzheimmer regain some of their childhood memories, Down's syndrome and social misfits start again to communicate.
|LOST HACIENDAS OF YUCATAN (36 photos)|
Hundreds of abandonned haciendas are an extroardinary showcase of romantic ruins. Built as magnificient palaces during the sisal production last century -pick was in 1916- they have been completely let down after the arrival of synthetic fibers in the 50's. Today, there are in ruins, sometimes invaded by nature, but incredibly beautiful as they are, full of memories and splendid colors: walls, columns, arches...
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|IMPROBABLE LANDSCAPES (29 photos)|
How old dusty unused and overexposed slides made it to the top shelves. On these new photos, everything had to look probable in the largest improbability. But what is the difference between the probable and the improbable? At this stage, poesy is as reliable as mathematics! Who would have given any chances to these shots?
© M. Maliarevsky/TheReportage.com