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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.
© F. Milochau/TheReportage.com
TSUKIJI : THE GREAT TOKYO FISH MARKET (61 photos)
As the EU announces an early closure of the bluefin tuna fishery, zoom on a fishing assiduous in Japan to supply the markets of Tokyo.
© J. Alpeyrie/TheReportage.com
THE ARCHIPELAGO OF THE AZORES (86 photos)
In the Archipelago of the Azores, the island of Faial offers a coloured pallet: the white city, green meadows, blue sea, black sand and the Pico volcano. The port of Horta is an accessible and pleasant stage for the navigators before the crossing of the Atlantic. Each one leaves his signature on the pier of reception of the port, among the thousands of tags. Each one can be found at Peter's Sport Coffee, the meeting spot for sailors to the long course
© P. Plisson/TheReportage.com     
THE KERALA COAST (88 photos)
After Cochin, Philip Plisson goes along the southern coast of Kerala and discovers the villages of Quilon (Kollam), Varkala, Kovalam and Vizhinjam (Vilimjam). The beaches of south Kerala are among the most beautiful ones in India.
© P. Plisson/TheReportage.com     
THE LAST DAYS OF TUVALU (44 photos)
In the heart of the South Pacific Ocean, more than 2 hours away by plane from Fiji Islands, you can find the Tuvalu archipelago. A microscopic country with 11,000 inhabitants, distributed on 9 islands, whose average height above sea level is a bit over three metres.
© P. Bennetts/TheReportage.com     
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