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Postcards from... Cuba – 5 – Santiago de Cuba, the rebel of the South East

March 09, 2018 - Santiago has to be deserved – it's very far in the South East of Cuba, and only highly motivated tourists make it all th...
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Postcards from... Cuba – 4 – Back to the 19th century & amazing nature – Trinidad & area

March 07, 2018 - If Havana - and the rest of Cuba - often feel like a 1950s time capsule, in Trinidad time seems to have stopped a centur...
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Postcards from... Cuba – 3 – Amazing nature in the West: Viñales & Cayo Levisa island

March 05, 2018 - Viñales valley, a good hundred miles West of Havana, offers some of the most beautiful scenery in Cuba. [Version frança...
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Postcards from... Cuba – 2 – Back to the 1950s in present day Havana

March 03, 2018 - As you read this article, I suggest you cue Camila Cabello's Havana song as a suitably atmospheric background soundtrack...
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Postcards from... Cuba – 1 – First impressions

February 28, 2018 - Discovering Cuba is an amazing experience and a feast for the eyes. What struck me first is the colors. Bright, vivid,...
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Poscards from... New Orleans, New Year 1988

January 02, 2018 - New Orleans was the last stop on my Greyhound bus American Christmas road trip, in 1988. (The previous stop was Florida,...
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Postcards from... Miami & Florida, Christmas 1987

December 24, 2017 - When the Chrismas break arrived during my year of studies in Philadelphia, I was ready for more adventure, and for some...
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Postcards from... Highgate cemetery, London

October 30, 2017 - Highgate cemetery in London is one of the most hauntingly beautiful, magical places I have visited in the world. Blen...
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Postcards from... Knole Park (UK) and its deers

October 29, 2017 - Beyond being a superb natural park, Knole (Sevenoaks, Kent, UK) is home to a 350-strong deer herd, who roam freely in th...
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Postcards from... New York City, 1987

October 16, 2017 - 30 years already since I arrived in the US for a year-long exchange program! 1987 was also the year photography became...
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Postcards from... the French Alps - Lac du Sautet area

August 18, 2017 - The Lac du Sautet area in the French Alps combines a beautiful lake, relatively gentle hills as a short prelude to much...
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Postcards from... Tempo Latino, great Latin music festival in Vic Fezensac, France

July 31, 2017 - Tempo Latino is arguably the best Latin music festival in Europe, taking place every year around the last weekend of Jul...
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Carcassonne, la Cité (France) – impromptu shot of the medieval city • Instantanné sur mon chemin…

July 26, 2017 - On my way to the Tempo Latino festival (see my article), I briefly stopped to admire the beautiful Carcassonne walled ci...
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Carnet de voyage – Le ciel sur certains des plus beaux paysages des Etats Unis – Utah et Colorado

June 05, 2017 - Chaque fois que je prends l’avion, je m’efforce de ressentir à quel point il est magique pour nous, humains, de voler si...
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Postcards from... an amazing flight over some of the US’ most striking scenery (Utah & Colorado)

June 05, 2017 - Every time I’m on a plane, I try to remember how magical it is for us, humans, to be so high up in thin air. In this par...
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Poscards from... Joshua Tree National Park, California (+ Palm Springs "bonus")

June 04, 2017 - In the margins of an offsite team meeting, I had the opportunity to spend a couple hours in the Joshua Tree National Par...
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Postcards from… a quick stroll in Paris

May 26, 2017 - Probably because I was born there, I find Paris one of the most challenging places in the world to make pictures. Until...
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Postcards from... Venice festival

February 15, 2017 - It’s my third visit to Venice (this time just for a weekend, at the opening of the carnival) and I always find it fascin...
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