Author Archives: Patricia

The shades of green

Sep. 23-26, Vosges, France. At least twenty shades of green are found on the rocks, lakes and trees of these autumnal wooded landscapes…

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Vosges photography V

Sept-Oct. 2017, Vosges, France. Trunks and trees, old and weary… a perfect setting for Halloween!

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Vosges photography IV

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!

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Vosges photography III

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.

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Vosges photography II

Saint-Maurice-sur-Moselle, Sept. 22-26, 2017. Another series taken during the photographic workshop in the Southern Vosges, France. With (surprisingly) close encounters…

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Vogezen fotografie

Saint-Maurice-sur-Moselle, Sept. 22-26, 2017.  A week-end in the green environment of the Vosges… Dedicated to nature photography under the guidance of Steven T. and his motivated team, a nice experience!  

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The movie “Gondwana”

August 31st, 2017, Halle. The movie was selected by the Jury: between dark & light, water & air, earth & sky. Anxiously awaiting the verdict… at the International Film Festival Nature Namur in October!

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Alimoche

June, 2009-2011, Spanish pre-Pyrenees. What is the meaning of the blogsite’s name? The name is that of a bird, one of the smallest and funniest vultures: the Egyptian vulture (el alimoche, le percnoptère d’Egypte, de aasgier). It is also the smartest … Continue reading

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