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Camargue

Art / Photobook
By: Rozen Morvan(Author), Thierry Vezon(Illustrator), Alain Fournier(Illustrator), Vincent Munier(Preface By)
260 pages, colour photos
Publisher: BIOTOPE
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Language: French

This coffee table book displays the rich natural history of Camargue, a region located south of Arles, France, between the Mediterranean Sea and the two arms of the Rhône River delta.

Summary in French:
La Camargue porte les marques du soleil, du vent, des eaux douces et salées, des combats des éléments entre eux et ceux des hommes contre ces éléments. C’est par le biais de ces équilibres fragiles que les auteurs s’intéressent à ce territoire fascinant. Le lecteur y découvre une mosaïque de paysages avec la faune et la flore qu’ils abritent : taureaux noirs et chevaux blancs, oyats et chardons bleus, cistudes et avocettes…On apprend aussi l’urgence de préserver certains espaces. Car entre salins et activités de loisirs, entre riziculture et prairies ou forêts riveraines la gestion doit être coordonnée. Pour que la Camargue demeure, dans toute sa complexité. Les auteurs de l’ouvrage ont été primés à plusieurs reprises pour leurs textes ou photographies.

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Art / Photobook
By: Rozen Morvan(Author), Thierry Vezon(Illustrator), Alain Fournier(Illustrator), Vincent Munier(Preface By)
260 pages, colour photos
Publisher: BIOTOPE
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