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France: the Belle de Somme by Stephane BOUILLAND

Stéphane Bouilland is in love with his Picardy maritime and its famous bay: the Belle de Somme: "My approach to photography is above all guided by the desire to testify to the beauty and richness of my region, especially those natural spaces with ...

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Indonesia: Komodo, menace to the Park

Komodo National Park is located between the islands of Flores and Sambawa in Indonesia. As if frozen in a distant past and out of the imagination of Hollywood's greatest screenwriters, this archipelago is the last landmark of Komodo's dragons. He ...

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France: A winter in the Massif des Bauges

Perched between Chambéry and Annecy, the Bauges massif, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an authentic Eden for lovers of nature and thrills. Dominated by fourteen peaks culminating at an altitude of 2,000 metres, this peaceful massif made ...

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France, Haute-Garonne, 16th century farmhouse authentic charm by Jours et Nuits

In the heart of the Lauragais region, an old pastel factory has stood the test of time and has been revived as a farm for this family of farmers from generation to generation. Catherine and René have completely restored the building, which ...

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France, Herault, Vintage arty favorite for this eclectic interior by Jours et Nuits

Christel and Vincent are graphic designers and dream of settling in a large house that would be the scene of their personal productions. As a result, they fell in love with the region around the Thau pond and created a real museum of curiosities, ...

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France: Concarneau, the Tiny House is a great place by Benoît STICHELBAUT

In Concarneau, two engineers (Pierre-Alain Lévêque and Clément Chabot) have built and live in a tiny-house (micro-habitat mounted on a trailer). The 13m2 house produces its own energy and consumes only 25% of what a traditional house consumes. ...

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