Beautiful Nature

Hi everyone,
It's been a longtime since I haven't post anything. Many things happened in my life. But I'm back and will try as much as I can to keep sharing with you interesting topics and also my work as a photographer as I became one :) 

To start here is my latest work called : "Beautiful Nature" :

As I'm walking in the street of the city of Love, I'm just amazed by the beauty of this city. I wanted to dedicate these shots to Paris.


BobbyManhattan
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| FLASHBACK | The 1st LED Cathedral in the world

If you missed it like I did. The Light Festival in Chent took place in Belgium in 2012, just above France. The visitors could admire the astonishing LED cathedral that lit up the entire city of Belfortstraat (North West of Belgium) with a glamourous rainbow Vegas ornamentation. The result is amazing. More than 55 000 LED lights were used to lit up the church.

See the picture below :


 Isn't it stunning !? I still can't believe it.
BobbyManhattan


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La Marche - A French movie to fight racism

Yesterday, I was lucky to see "La Marche" (The march") in preview showing at the Gaumont Cinema in Paris, Boulevard des Capucines.



The story revolves around the huge peaceful walk that took place in France in 1983. At the time,  many cases of police killing occured in France. Arab French, African French were  killed by police out of hatred and racism. As a consequence, three teenagers who saw their parents struggling everyday since they arrived in France, had the idea to organize a peaceful walk to send a message "against racism and for equality" to French people.



The movie is astonishing as it depicts very well emotionally what immigrants possessing legal French paper go through : intolerance, racism, hate. As you see the movie, you really get into it and share their fight. You can almost feel the hate quite visceral from the French people living in the countryside. You do ask yourself how come so much hate is possible. But what amazed me were the little moments of  happiness the movie manages to create. These moments are a reminder of what we all are, people having feelings striving for a peaceful living for ourselves and our children or future children despite our origins.
Why do "foreigners" have to demand a resident permit since they have been living and working in France for more than 20 years? This were the type of injustice the teenagers and the parish priest were walking for.






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