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page 21: I travel a lot, with my camera, of course.
Amazon 1986, China 1991, Arctic 1984.

The Amazon in 1986
No, I’m not always dressed up as a native. Yes, in the Amazon rainforest, it’s the humidity and the bugs that are the most insufferable. Lucky me, I even caught malaria, although thankfully I was mostly cured in 2014 thanks to artemisinin. Long live modern medicine!

Here in Amazonia in 1987

China 1991

1991: You should see the bicycle traffic jam in Shanghai. Better: you should participate.

Processing silkworm cocoons


Allain Weiller (in the pirate costume, a musician who runs a recording studio in Boulogne these days),
Dr Nicole Bordes (the blue Chinese princess who has since gotten her pHd and is a researcher for VisLab at the University of Queensland in Australia)
And yours truly (disguised as a communist) playing badminton in a street in Shanghai.
Chinese passersby stood gaping at this scene. Maybe they only knew ping-pong. Photo by Anne-Liz Vessière, a singer.


Arctic 1984: leaving from Bettles, Alaska, population 12, close to the North Pole, with the intrepid Barry Moss who now lives in Seffner, Florida.
It was Barry who initiated me, earlier, to glacier-climbing. We left together from Florida and we took planes which became smaller and smaller, and it became colder and colder.
Coming straight from Florida, it took me a week to start feeling well at - 40° (interestingly, this is where the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales meet up, -40° C = - 40° F)
At 40 degrees Celsius below zero, photography becomes very difficult: the films become brittle, the batteries stop working, the cold metal rips off your eyebrows, the frost created by your breath obstructs the viewfinder, you have 20 seconds max without gloves to change the film roll by pulling off your external glove (there is another, thinner polyprolene glove underneath).


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