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ONSLAUGHT OF THE GABONESE LUNG (74 photos)
In the heart of a Gabonese forest, we can listen to the motor saw noise. It sounds like a pain is reaching the top of the tree. A gloomy atmosphere comes from this equatorial forest ...
© D. RIFFET/TheReportage.com
INDIA, GUJARAT,SOME SHIPYARDS FROM ANOTHER TIME (54 photos)
The Guajarat, state located south of India, is a real balcony on the Arabia. It is wrapped by 1 000 miles of coasts, the most ancient harbours have been built on its coasts.
© C. Molitor/TheReportage.com     
THE JUNK WOMAN (20 photos)
Got Junk? The first time you meet Jocelyn Gold, you cannot help thinking that she fits the image of an ambitious executive woman from the financial district. The truth is that Jocelyn is more interested in real junk than junk bonds.
© F. Neema/TheReportage.com
SWEDEN : HASSELBLAD'S FACTORY IN GOTEBORG (67 photos)
Visit of the factory to the legendary cameras (traditionals and digitals) of one of the most great brand of the medium format at Göteborg in Sweden. The mark has just recently to merge with Imacon.
© S. MATOU/TheReportage.com
THE IRANIANS : Life in the land of the Ayatollahs (69 photos)
Iran, a country in turmoil, and the spotlight. The current Iran, heiress of the former Persia, is a diverse country consisting of people of many religions and ethnic groups. The conflicts derived from the nuclear Iranian program, are a new step of Iran towards the recovery of the former hegemonic power in the region and the pride of a historical country. But while all this happens, and Iran continues appearing in the news, life goes on in the streets of the iranian villages and cities, and the Iranians refuse to lose their everlasting smile.
© E. Senao/TheReportage.com
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