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|THE PARISIAN BAYOU - FRANCE (76 photos)|
In the french capitale of France, Paris, since the 60s, barges and houseboats have settled along the parisians banks and in the "Bras de la Tortue", east of the St Germain island. An new art of French living, aquatic and bohemian, which has nothing to envy the Louisiana bayou. In this green oasis, just steps from the center of Paris smell like neo May 68. Discovery trip in the heart of this lakeside village.
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|WILD FORAGE AND THE FOODINGUES (72 photos)|
Cooking starts by being curious and by pushing away bounderies, to explore new horizons... so that we can astonish our friends with incredible dishes made with the most simple ingredients, on the border of the unknown and totally free, fresh and local : wild plants picked after a short walk in the garden.
© G. Oxley Ubarrechena/TheReportage.com
|CAVAILLON : MELON PERFECTION (75 photos)|
Under a lavender sky, soak up the sun and the sounds of cicadas, intoxicated by the surrounding perfumes, abandon yourself to Provence, where all is to be devoured. “Melon, you of the squash family, are you fruit or veg?” “I am both”.
© A. Muriot/TheReportage.com
|LAUGHLIN RIVER RUN (61 photos)|
"Laughlin River Run" is the largest gathering of bikers in the American West. Situated on the banks of the Colorado River, also known as "Little Vegas", the town of Laughlin, Nevada annually hosts no fewer than 70,000 fans of Harley-Davidson, generally during the last weekend of April.
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|FRENCH FARMING DECLINE (58 photos)|
“An angel saved my life at the crucial moment. As I was on my knees and ready to kill myself…" Ganay’s experience is an increasingly familiar story across France.
© J. Alpeyrie/TheReportage.com