Let’s start the day with philosophy! According to a Chinese proverb, “the higher you go, the further you’ll see “. And it’s true that generally, when you distance yourself you can see things differently.

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Last summer, we showed you how the 2 Seconds tent of Quechua was developed and tested with Abi and Benjamin, respectively prototypist and engineer. Today, it’s Emmanuelle, product manager at Quechua, who bring you to the backstage of the X-Light jacket conception!

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To end the week on a high note, the Hiking on the Moon’s team returns to her meeting with Coraline Jond, a pretty adventurer with a travel journal already well-filled! With a lot of emotions and with stars in their eyes, Coraline share with you one of her most beautiful trip: Mongolia.

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For the artist portrait of the week, the Hiking on the Moon’s team gave the floor to Moyan Brenn, an Italian photographer born in 1983, in a little town near Rome called Anzio. He’s been in love with photography for almost 10 years, and he’s going to explain us why!

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For 50 years, the London Natural History Museum organises the “Wildlife Photographer of the Year” contest. Open to worldwide photographers, they have to highlight the fragility and diversity of life on Earth, as well as the respect of the animals and their environment.

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As we told you on Friday, a special guest took part of the new Quechua’s advertising. Suspense is over, it’s now time to reveal the identity of this charming young lady!

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Nothing better than a wide dose of escape to start the week. Stanislas Giroux, a young French boy of 25 passionate by photography and travel, shares his journey aboard the Trans-Siberian.

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