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|CHAMPAGNE IN THE WIND (26 photos)|
In this underpopulated zone, largest wind turbines projects follow one another. The Champagne pouilleuse, the south-west area of the Champagne region, is quickly becoming the new wind turbines belt of France, a real competitor to coastal areas.
© S. Arnould/TheReportage.com
|THE HEART OF NORMANDY (78 photos)|
What if the milky way was really made of milk? Imagine millions of stars swirling in a basin of cream, it’s enough to make your head spin… Change dairies, follow the Great White Way as it points to the west of France, a part of Normandy called Cotentin.
© A. Muriot/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
|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
|FIFA WORLD CUP 2010, THE GREEN POINT STADIUM (79 photos)|
At the end of this week, South Africa opens the world of football with the 2010 World Cup. Visit preview of one of the finest stadiums in this event, located in central Cape Town.
© P. Wang/TheReportage.com