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AVIGNON PUTS ON ITS THEATER DRESS (33 photos)
No streetlight, no barrier neither piece of wall can resist to this huge covering of posters announcing the theatre plays in Avignon. Just like a delightful picture, posters appear in every corner of the town. A real visual outburst springs up everywhere. In the city centre the streets become an open theatre, the main stage where any passer by can walk. At this occasion the whole architecture of Avignon dresses up as festival.
© J. Lepage BPA/TheReportage.com
AVIGNON: STREETS BUSTLE (58 photos)
In Place de l'Horloge, rue des Teinturiers, rue de la République, in front of the Popes’ Palace and everywhere else in the city centre comedians play their sketches catching passers’ by attention all day long.
© J. Lepage BPA/TheReportage.com
THE EDIBLE SWIFTLETS NESTS GATHERERS (46 photos)
In the caves of Borneo, hanged on rope ladders 90 metres off the ground, some men risk their life to pick up the precious swiftlets nests for their multiple beneficial virtues. A captivating bird, a surprising product and some brave men for a thousands-years-old trade.
© N. Guyot/TheReportage.com
ENCOUNTERING THE FIRST CHINESE CATHOLICS (40 photos)
Ditte, Zachary Augustinus and the others, who still live in high Yunan villages, along the banks of the Salouen and Mekong rivers, at an altitude of more than 9000 feet, have long been persecuted for being Roman Catholics.
© J. ANA/TheReportage.com
WELCOME IN THE BIG THAI BLUE (49 photos)
Thailand is a long band of land, a well known touristy destination for its terrestrial beauties and for the undersea fauna as well. Its renown is due to the wonderful sites of Racha, Similan, Surin, the doors of the Mergui archipelago, in the southernmost part of Myanmar. Among the shimmering soft corals you could often find leopard-sharks.
© H. ESKENAZI/TheReportage.com
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