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SISTER SARA AND CAIRO’S FORGOTTEN (60 photos)
Sister Sara has been helping Cairo’s trashmen for more than 30 years now. Since sister Emmanuelle's retirement, her « egyptian sister » has been looking after the Zabaleen (meaning « the people of trash »). For more than 50 years, these men, bended in two, surmounted by a kind of hod, travel through Cairo, an 18 million inhabitant megalopolis. Who are they ? Where are they going ? What are they doing ?
© Ph. DUREUIL/TheReportage.com
MOTO TRIP ON THE WORLD ROOF (37 photos)
Crossing the Himalayas with antediluvian bikes (the famous British Royal Enfield 500 of the 50s, now manufactured in Mumbai, India): this is the bet of a few enthusiasts and mountain bike. The raid takes place between July and August (due to the snow) the crews and their machines from Manali English (to 3900 meters) to reach the highest road pass in the world at 5600 m Khardung.
© D. Folch/TheReportage.com
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...
© E. Sander/TheReportage.com     
KAYAPO THE GARDENERS OF AMAZON (41 photos)
The history of the Kayapo is a long series of wars against foreign or non-Indians, and infighting that led to the breakup of villages and the fighting factions. The perfect knowledge of the forest has allowed the Kayapo to adapt to an environment of wilderness.
© S. Guiraud/TheReportage.com
CHAPEAU MONSIEUR MICHEL, THE HAUTE COUTURE’S MILLINER (20 photos)
The art of a hatter is based on very specific knowledge and many making phases are necessary. Founded in 1936 by Auguste Michel, the House rapidly becomes the appointed supplier of big fashion brands with the arrival of two experienced milliners, Pierre and Claudine Debard.
© L. Le Gac/TheReportage.com     
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