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Kerala, God’s own country

Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva ordain the world’s balance, parades and festivals follow one upon the other, the finery of the temple elephants vies with that of the pretty women in saris, the body and soul harmonize. And the landscapes of Kerala – backwaters, tea gardens and sandy beaches trimmed with coconut palms – are some of the most beautiful in India.

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Parution COREE – Hue, perfume of an Empire. by Rémi Bénali

The megaliths of the future

A new Easter Island in progress in Central Brittany! A crazy project to honour with thousand mega statues the memory of Christian monks of the Middle Ages carrying a message of humility and universal fraternity.

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Parution COREE – Bagan, the holy land of the lords. by Marc Dozier

Omo valley – The land of quaint warriors

Among the score of tribal peoples scattered in the savannahs of the Omo Valley, in the great ethiopian South, Hamer and Mursi hold a special place. The first because everything in their appearance and their rites, « speaks » about seduction. And because the latter have pushed far up the art of body decoration, sometimes to the excess. Voyage to meet bush aesthetes.

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Parution TAIWAN – Mumbai – Maximum City, Maximum Problems. by Alain Buu

Haiti’s rebirth, 5 years and 54 seconds later

On 12 January, 2010 Haiti’s capital city, Port-au-Prince, was flattened by a magnitude 7.3 earthquake, which lasted for 54 never-ending seconds, killed over 220,000 people, left 300,000 injured and half a million homeless. Five years after this catastrophic event the Caribbean island is still in a disastrous state: 250,000 people still have no homes, only a tiny fraction of hospitals and schools have been rebuilt and the cholera epidemic, which erupted in the months following the earthquake, has still not subsided. There is, however, another Haiti – one of stories of individuals and daily acts of heroism impregnated with hope – that some of the international media have reported on in a piecemeal manner. ’s photo feature gathers together and tells the stories of these individual experiences, demonstrating how the rebirth of a nation and hope in the future begin with the involvement of each and every individual.

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Parution ALLEMAGNE – The Pharao and the sea. by Stephane Begoin

Mongolia – The sons of Genghis Khan

Boundless space, breathtaking steppes, hotheaded horsemen, chaotic skies, immaculate yurts… Mongolia presents its nomad spirit to our sedentary lives and our imagination.

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Parution DANEMARK – Danse avec les Papous. de Marc Dozier