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On the Moon, a daily dose of inspiration

Mountains and nature inspire artists every day, and this section is dedicated to them.
All media is of interest to us: sculpture, music, literature, film, painting, photography, architecture, video, and more. We take a look at everything on offer to provide you with this little daily dose of inspiration and simply make you feel good. See mountains from another perspective, from paper collages to coloured the snow, as well as the new woodkid video, prepare to be amazed!

Hiking
 

Do you know Neeskens? This promising singer who added his voice on a lot of Quechua advertising song, is now on everyone’s lips. If you don’t know him yet, no doubt that his unique songs and his captivating voice will make you travel at the first note.

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Let’s speak about cinema to start the week, with the trailer of Everest, that recounts the breathtakingly steep ascent of the highest world’s summit by a group of mountaineers.

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Today, you’re going to see that there is no age to take amazing pictures! With only 14, Jannik Obenhoff is already famous on the web, with more than 41,000 followers on Instagram. Looking at his photos, we understand the enthusiasm around this young man.

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Wiki Loves Earth is an international photographic competition organized for several years by Wikimédia. Open to everyone, the aim is to encourage the promotion of natural heritage and protected areas in various countries. Put your camera on!

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The Norwegian artist Andreas Lie invite us in a muted world, where nature merges with animals. Thanks to a skillful work of double-exposure, she subtly gathers in a photo series wild landscapes and creatures which live in. 

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While the Hiking on the Moon’s photo contest has just ended, we offer you a new chance to win Quechua products. This time, your creativity and imagination will be put to the test!

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Quechua is supporting his heart partner Dawa Sherpa, who saw Nepal, his homeland country, devastated by a terrible earthquake last Saturday. Today, through his association “Parrains & Marraines pour le Népal” he is inviting donations to send staple products to the people living in the isolated villages of the Solukumbu Valley.

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