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Nature & Outdoors / 19.10.2015

There's no greater pleasure for an autumn hike than the colours. Year after year, as yellow, orange, red explode and the landscape shines with bright and warm tints, I can't help thinking at the wisdom of nature, offering a colourful treat before winter, when the mountains are white and cities too often are grey. I captured this photo last year...

Nature & Outdoors / 26.06.2015

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Nature & Outdoors / 30.05.2015

Immense, wild, harsh, remote and incredibly fascinating: Patagonia Argentina is all this and a lot more. I wrote a few stories of my journey across Patagonia, and more will follow. I have thousands pictures that I still have to select and edit. And when I feel nostalgia for Patagonia's dazzling beauty, I go through the moments I crystallised with my phone. First...