On Monday, we spoke about autumn colors behind Timothé Blandin’s lens. Today, we go on for a hike imprints of poetry, in the contrasted universe of American landscapes.

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The summits of the highest mountains are already snow-capped, but in the valleys, snow knows how to make itself desirable.  As Timothé Blandin, art director of Quechua’s communication, go and immortalize these landscapes still colorful!

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Last Tuesday, we spoke about the “The New Wilderness”, the first documentary to win the Rembrant award 2014 of the best Dutch film. Today we’re back, with still more beautiful images!

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In 1990, the Hawaiian town of Kalapana was entirely destroyed by the lava of the Puʻu ʻōʻō spatter cone. From this time, this mountain of fire is acting up, under the astonished eyes of the photographer Tom Kualii.

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Crater Lake is a small corner of paradise located in Oregon, and the only National Park in this Northwest State of the United States. As its names suggests, this place is famous for its “crater” lake shaping a perfect circle. This caldera from over 7000 years is the result of the Mazma’s volcano violent eruption. 

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Connected with the latest Quechua campaign, the Hiking on the Moon’s team showed you the official advertising, brought you in the backstages of its design and introduced you to Charlotte, the first fan of Quechua who features in an advertising. This adventure is not over, and we keep the best for last! Let’s discover today the […]

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As every Thursday on Hiking on the Moon, we unearth talented photographers who deserve a look! In our sights today, Marco Manzini, a 26 year old Italian who discovered photography 4 years ago.

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