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|BELHARA THE MYTHICAL (28 photos)|
Be aware, here it comes.
120 tons of pressure, 20 m high.
It is amazing to think that the gulf of Gascogne can receive heavy swells breaking on the deeps of French and Spanish coasts.
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|SISAL THE LOST ROAD OF GREEN GOLD (35 photos)|
The last plantation of Yucatan, Mexico. Yucatan used to be the world's best producer of sisal with rich owners of magnificient Haciendas, today mostly abandonned.
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|DONEGAL : ON THE TWEED ROAD (48 photos)|
Ocean’s waves breaking on the cliffs, colors just stolen from a rebellious painter’s palette, Donegal, on the west coast, represents wild Ireland, with its gaelic soul. This quite unknown area has a lot of character. The land where tweed and valleys make one is worth an exploration..
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|GALAPAGOS ISLAND: THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES (90 photos)|
For these who love great landscapes, for the divers fascinated by impressive dives, for all those who are looking for cultural exception, the Galapagos Islands constitute an unique archipelago in the world. This area is at the origin of the book which created the theory of the evolution “Origin of species”.
© A. Guillen/TheReportage.com
|THE TERRARIO'FOLIE (109 photos)|
Although late on its neighbours, France is slowly plugging in with current tastes by letting appear in its homes terrariums to welcome snakes, lizards and frogs from all around the world. But what is this universe of the terrariophilia, today rapidly expanding?
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