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May, 21st, Rochefort, Belgium. Welcome to this geological surprise: the resurgence of the river “Lomme” in the neighbourhood of Rochefort, a touristic centre of the Ardennes. A few people know that a path leading to the cave of Eprave also discloses the resurgence of the subterranean river which travelled for several kilometers under the … Continue reading
Jan. 16th, 2018. Turning to black and white reveals new sensations, even with the same material!
Vosges, France, Sep. 2017. Plants of these acid swamps developed special tricks in order to survive in a wet and poor environment. Symbiosis and flexibility are the tools they employed.
Halle, December, 21st. A crowd of seagulls gathered close to each other during the snowstorm. Observing them was something new… Our best wishes to everyone who likes to read our blog, and to our friends and our family relatives. Hopeful wishes for good health, good friendship, and … Continue reading
Sep. 23-26, Vosges, France. At least twenty shades of green are found on the rocks, lakes and trees of these autumnal wooded landscapes…
Sept-Oct. 2017, Vosges, France. Trunks and trees, old and weary… a perfect setting for Halloween!
Route des Crêtes, Nov 4th, 2017. Another early start of a misty morning near the cliff, another day of suspense and concentration towards discovery and curiosity for one another!
Route des Crêtes, Nov. 3rd, 2017. Waking up early in order to locate some goat antelopes (rupicapra rupicapra), the surprise was to actually find a small family of about 10 individuals feeding on the crest of the mountain on the first day.