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For most of us, China is often synonymous with overcrowded cities or industries, but there are still large natural areas where a variety of wildlife thrives. This exhibition was born following stays in China organized by Objectif Nature and guided by me in order to observe and photograph the local fauna. The purpose of this presentation is to highlight the Chinese biodiversity of the provinces of Sichuan and Yunnan, in particular the extraordinary richness of the avifauna of these regions: pheasants, hornbills and other wonders. It seemed interesting to us to introduce the public to this little-known fauna. Rhinopitheques are primates living in mountainous areas; their morphology and their way of life are adapted to the harshness of the climate and to life at altitude. With their extraordinary faces, these monkeys are a godsend for the photographer and occupy a special place in this exhibition.


« Puffin Dream » va au-delà du livre photographique agrémenté de récits. C'est avant tout l'alliance
humaine hors du temps d'un photographe naturaliste avec d'éminents scientifiques.
Cet ouvrage d'art met en valeur tous les travaux réalisés dans les colonies autour du monde et se
révèle tel un hommage aux hommes et femmes qui consacrent leur vie à cette espèce.
Plus de six ans d'étude de terrain et trois années de rédaction furent dédiées
à l'aboutissement de ce projet

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Festival de MONTIER EN DER

Much more than a photo festival!
With 44,000 visitors in 4 days and more than 100 original exhibitions of high quality, Montier is a unique event in Europe for nature photography! It is also a meeting place for photographers, naturalists, associations and professionals.
With 40 hours of conferences, 1 “round table” space, 100 forums on naturalist knowledge and photo technique, the festival promotes debates and exchanges, for all audiences, on major environmental issues.
A Brand Village, a 1,000 m² pole, is reserved for sales, loans and demonstrations of photo equipment and optical equipment specific to nature photography, this is an opportunity to discover the latest news!
Environment and Sustainable Development Education also plays an important role in Montier, with more than 4,000 schoolchildren present during the 4 days of the event.
The 24th edition will take place on November 19, 20, 21 and 22, 2020!

Jean François LAGROT

At the edge of the world, not far from the Bering Strait, migrating walruses come every year to stop in a lost bay in the Chukchi Sea. For a few weeks, in the fall, the largest gathering in the world takes place... Jean-François Lagrot photographed this stage of the walrus migration, during which more than 100,000 walruses come to regain their strength at the foot of the cliffs Cape Serdtse Kamen, in the Russian province of Chukotka, before crossing the Bering Strait.


Give objects a second life

Maurice Belvoix

Maurice Belvoix, passionate about the craft of forging and ornithology, felt the need to create metal birds. The iron is heated, forged, welded by the hand of man. The birds, placed on different supports, are presented in life scenes specific to their species