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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!

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Right now, the town of Carbondale, in Colorado, is hosting the new edition of the 5Point Film Festival, a great event full of short-documentary that is going to inspire you, awakens your desire for adventure and makes you living your passion.

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While observing the outdoor landscapes, the Ukrainian designer Anna Marinenko has realized that it exists an obvious link between nature and music. So, she composed a series of graphic where the numerical universe perfectly merge with natural vistas.

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It’s still time to win a night in an igloo and a lot of Quechua products, by joining the photo contest of the 10th issue of Hiking on the Moon. Even if the snow is strating to melt, we’re pretty sure you have a picture of a snowman in your holiday archives.  

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If in France we were not lucky enough to see the solar eclipse of Friday, due to the weather conditions, the northern European countries have witnessed a total eclipse. Here are some images from Norway, where the sun disappeared during few minutes. 

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The artist’s portrait of the week is feminine and full of spirit thanks to Eva Bigeard. Born in Haute-Savoie, France, she grew up surrounded by mountains. Both fascinated by those summits and curious to see beyond, she’s non-stop travelling with her camera since she has obtained her photography degree. Let’s meet with this young adventurous!

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It’s still time to take part to the Hiking on the Moon photo contest to win a night for 2 persons in the French Alpes, in the Alpes Bivouac‘s igloos and a lot of Quechua products! And to celebrate the 10th issus of the magazine, there will be not one, but three winners. So don’t waste […]

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When we talk about snow and ice, we very often imagine large areas covered in a white mantle, towering icebergs or a quiet, snow filled forest. We don’t necessarily think about the majestic works of art made by ice or snow sculptors in the four corners of the world. That’s why, Hiking on the Moon […]

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Did you ever try to blow soap bubbles in the frigid temperature? This is what the American photographer Angela Kelly tried! The result is unexpected and worthy of a work of craftsmanship!

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