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THE BOU-EL-MOGDAD’S DREAM (60 photos)
Looking for an unusual experience for your next vacation in Africa ? Once upon a time there was an old town on the edge of a big river. On this river there was a boat, a beautiful white boat. On the bank was standing a boy, a very young boy. The young boy was dreaming; one day he would be on board, take over the commands, and slice through the green waters of the big river towards the North, the Moors’country, towards the dephts of this Africa, witness of his birth, and that he loves like a son. One day if God allows it, he will command this ship.
© C. Béné/TheReportage.com     
- 200 M€ : EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, MEET ITS INCONSISTENCIES. (30 photos)
An immense logistic and bureaucratic machine works each month to move to Strasbourg and to return to Brussels 4 days later. This operation engages the removal of 3.000 boxes, uses 8 trucks and all that costs 200 million euros / year to Europeans.
© E. Scagnetti/TheReportage.com     
ABEILLE BOURBON : A MUSCULAR EXIT (28 photos)
Since December 31rst 2005, late morning, Abeille Bourbon leaves the Stiff Bay to leeward of Ouessant island to steer a 100 meter long barge, adrift in Ouessant lane.
© P. Plisson/TheReportage.com
HONG KONG, CITY OF CONTRASTS (49 photos)
The ancient British colony, since 1997 special administrative region of south-eastern China, keeps many contrasts. First of all Hong Kong has the appearance of a megalopolis: a megalopolis often naturally blurred by mist mixed with smokes coming out from economically booming factories massed behind the Chinese boundary.
© P. Plisson/TheReportage.com     
BALTIC SEA ICEBREAKERS (45 photos)
In winter the Gulf of Botnia, the northern extension of the Baltic Sea worming in between Sweden and Finland, is freezing over entirely. The Baltic Sea, with its reefs, cloudy and shallow, basically closed, communicates outward by little straits only.
© P. Plisson/TheReportage.com     
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