Classics Svalbard, Yemen, Mauritania ... Where do GEO photographers dream of going?

14:15  24 november  2020
14:15  24 november  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Svalbard is technically a part of Norway, but it’s an autonomous territory, so things run a little differently there. While much of the coal mining that was once there is now gone , there are still a few colonies – and even an old Soviet one that the authorities are thinking of opening up as a tourist attraction.

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Where do our globe-trotters of photographers dream of leaving? And how ? We asked them where was the first place they wanted to return. In Yemen, to see the harsh and fragile paradise of Socotra

For the Franco-Spanish photographer Catalina Martin-Chico, no doubt, it is in Yemen that she would like leave when health and safety conditions are met. On the island of Socotra more precisely, between the Gulf of Aden and the Arabian Sea, where endemic and majestic dragon trees grow. "I dream of returning to photograph this piece of paradise caught between poverty, war and climate change!"

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Amira Al-Sharif has been displaced by Yemen ’s civil war. Though the photojournalist longs to go home, conflict, disease, and the constant threat of arrest for her work have driven her away from her country for now. Since she was a child, Al-Sharif has trained her lens on the world around her.

Mauritania ’s is a lonely beauty. A land of endless deserts, empty coastlines and spectacular birdlife, it is lays claim to some of the most spectacular scenery in Africa and a fascinating population comprised of Arab-Berbers and black Africans. Arguably the jewel in Mauritania ’.

In Svalbard, find the purity of the landscapes

"Full moon at 6 pm. For a report, I went to Svalbard, in Norway, not far from Longyearbyen, a small mining town located on the island of Spitsbergen, and I I fell in love with this environment, says Paolo Verzone , 53-year-old Italian photographer awarded multiple awards. The air of Svalbard is the purest I have known. On this pristine and wild coast, the absence of barriers between nature and man makes the experience even more captivating. Gradually, you become part of the environment, where you can only rely on yourself, your strengths and abilities. "

In Mauritania, reconnect with the human warmth of the Addrar

An Eden in the desert. This is the impression that the Terjit oasis gives, in the heart of the Adrar plateau, located in the Sahara, in Mauritania. Our photographer Ferhat Bouda , engaged in a long-term work on Berber culture and nomadic peoples, traveled the region during a report made in April 2018 and discovered magnificent landscapes: lush oases, mountains of sandstone and very beautiful sand dunes that seem endless. But it was Terjit, the most famous of the desert oases, who particularly marked him.

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See the caravans of Ethiopia from above.

The American George Steinmetz dreams of Ethiopia. Three days of travel. From Lake Karoum to the town of Berhale, the region's main trading center, convoys of camels deliver nearly 5,000 bricks of salt every day. This trade constitutes the major activity of the local populations, the Afars . After the salt is manually extracted by the workers, it is loaded onto the camels, each carrying about twenty seven-kilogram salt plates. “This country is extraordinary because it is the only one in Africa to have never been entirely colonized, he specifies. This explains its multiculturalism, more important than in any other country on the continent. Traditional traditions continue there. So I hope to go back there to take pictures of other farming methods seen from the sky, as I did for salt production. "

Still walking with the nomads of Gujarat

"The populations living in the region of Kutch, in Gujarat, in India, far from the beaten track, opened their doors to us and made us discover their way of life", remember the photographers travelers Bruno and Tuul Morandi . The vast desert expanses of Kutch are full of tribal villages where the Jat, Ahir, Rabari or Meghwal ethnic groups perpetuate ancestral traditions. "As soon as India reopens its doors, we plan to find a nomadic family of the Rabari ethnic group with whom we have created bonds of friendship. We would like to leave with them, their camels and their herd of sheep for a transhumance. two weeks. "

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