Today, the Hiking on the Moon’s team stays focused on German artist. Martin Heck is a time-lapse specialist and he will bring you to the Swiss and Italian Alps. Hikers, prepare your topographies because these mountains are an invitation to escape!

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Today, no artist portrait but still beautiful pictures of Asian faces, taken by a couple of photographers known under the pseudonym of Sallyhateswing. These two young people took advantage of an Asian trip to photograph captivating faces of the people they met. Here is a series of photos that exudes serenity and mischief!

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“La Ruta de los Gringos” is a colorful and energetic short movie that traces the Peruvian travel of Guilllaume Juin, an audiovisual and a cinema enthusiast. Between hikes, nights under the stars, wonderful meetings and change of scene, here’s an exact summary of what we’re looking for in a trip!

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For the portfolio of the tenth issue of the Hiking on the Moon magazine we asked François Guion, head of Quechua image production, to share some images representing his vision of a universe of snow and ice. An invitation to a hushed world where solitude intertwines with serenity, and where each region deals with the […]

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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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We’re pretty sure you’ve already heard about Vadim Trunov and his squirrels palying in the snow since his pictures went around the world. This Russian photographer is specialized in macro nature photography. Through his lense discover the world of the insects you come across while hiking!

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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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Smithsonian is a monthly magazine with diverse interests, as the arts, history, sciences or even popular culture. This periodical, which is focused on our changing world, organizes every year an international photo contest called “Smithsonian Photo Contest”. Finalists are now officially knew and here is our own selection among these talented photographers.

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In winter, “living in the mountains means adapting or disappearing*”. This duality is particularly true for plants. And in matters of survival, mountain plants are like warriors, “able to suffer without dying” as the botanist Henri Gaussen liked to say. Let’s observe the thousand-and-one survival strategies of mountain plants!

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