Our regular readers know it, each Hiking on the Moon’s magazine goes with a photo competition. This time, snowmen and any other snowy creatures have the place of honour. And to celebrate this 10th issue, our team has decided to spoil you even more than usual!

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By definition, a picture allows us to capture an image, a moment, and to save it over time. Maksim Zavialov, an Instagram user based in Russia is offering a technique which really freezes pictures!

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Through artist portraits, we already met Italian, French, Indonesian and Portuguese photographers. Today, we add the beautiful India to this section thanks to Anoop Hemachandra, a fan of mountain! [Hiking on the Moon] Can you introduce yourself briefly to our readers? Anoop: Of course! I was born in Bangalore, India. I got interested in nature […]

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What are your plans for the weekend? On the Hiking on the Moon side, we would love to spend these two days in a small house lost in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by snow. Here is an overview of what we’re looking for!

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To vary your enjoyment and mix with artist portraits, we offer you a small focus on an amateur photographer that we recently discovered on Instagram. Please, welcome the talented Canadian Luis Labini Jr!

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Larisa Oltean is a young Romanian lady, joyful and beaming, who get her happiness from nature and sun. Inspired by such a beautiful soul, the director Mathieu Le Lay devoted her a short movie… a real ode to life!

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Rémy Coste, Quechua’s technical partner since 2012, took part this year again to the Grande Odyssée Savoie Mont Blanc. His passion, his efforts but also the unique communion that exists with my dogs, brought him once again on the podium of this international mushing event.

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Snowfalls are now more and more regular in the Mont-Blanc Valley, so it’s the perfect time to show you the latest timelpase from director Justin Majeczky, dedicated to how the environment reacts to the first snowflakes.

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