For over ten years, I have been travelling regularly around the world with my camera. In the process of total immersion in the culture of every region or country I discover, I try to portray the Human in my photographic works. The Human, his thoughts, his convictions, his mystery, his novelty. The Human in portraits, in spontaneous moments, in slices of everyday life, through series of photographs which tend to open a dialogue, arouse emotions and questions. Sit down for a few minutes and savor some of the pure beauty that our world is there to offer us!

Sit down for a few minutes and savor some of the pure beauty that our world is there to offer us!

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the U-Bein Bridge, Myanmar

the U-Bein Bridge, Myanmar

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”, Lao Tzu.

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

Water so still, you can't even tell where the reflection begins! (The pylon on the far right is the one that finally gave it away).

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FIshermen Of Sri Lanka in Ahangama

FIshermen Of Sri Lanka in Ahangama

Magic and surreal visions. Stilt fishing is practiced by several families of fishermen of Sri Lanka (here in Ahangama).

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

These men can stand there for HOURS - they pass on their pole to their sons. No dozing off here while waiting for a nibble!

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A Woman In Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran

A Woman In Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes”, Marcel Proust.

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

That is a LOT of texture and mosaic. Beautiful

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#4

The Blue City of Medina

The Blue City of Medina

The blue covering the medina of Chefchaouen provides to the different parts of town this dazzling look of purity and freshness under a mountain sun. The medina seems like a huge, winding hall of mirrors. By focusing in these streets of blue and isolation, by penetrating the crystal near its shades of blue, there would even be water dripping onto the soil and roam freely in the streets. Shades of blue are endless. Each building has a different pigmentation from the neighbor.

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

A LOT of Morocco is captivating to the eye! So different than anything we are used to seeing.

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In The Blue Of Harar, Ethiopia

In The Blue Of Harar, Ethiopia

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Caroline Seguin 2 years ago

amazing blue/green and red skirt, love it

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The Tsaatan Nomads In Mongolia

The Tsaatan Nomads In Mongolia

In June 2014, I met the Tsaatan nomads in Mongolia, you can’t imagine how remote is the area they live in. They are one of the last groups of nomadic reindeer herders in the world.

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Hans 2 years ago

Cute rendeers :)

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#7

Fushimi Inari Shrine, Japan

Fushimi Inari Shrine, Japan

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”, Augustine of Hippo.

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

I feel like I am looking in a "double mirror" reflection.

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Holi Celebrations In Vrindavan, India

Holi Celebrations In Vrindavan, India

Each year, thousands of Hindus celebrate Holi, the festival of colors. I attended Holi many times in India, it happens each year around March. If you are around in India at that time, don’t miss these incredible celebrations.

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

Vrindavan is where Lord Krishna grew up. When Krishna was young, he cried to his mother, that he was dark complexioned, but his friend Radha was of fair skin. His mother suggested him to color Radha with colors in a playful manner. - Over the years, Krishna used to go to Radha’s village to color Radha and other Gopis. They also used to playfully beat him with sticks. And hence the tradition evolved.

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#9

An Abandoned Train Rusts Around Uyuni, Bolivia

An Abandoned Train Rusts Around Uyuni, Bolivia

On the road again. It can be a simple wanderlust or become a severe travel addiction, but once you start to travel, the percentage chance is high that you’ll want to travel more and more. It’s about discovering people, places, and it can also be discovering parts of your inner self that you probably didn’t know before.

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

I feel like I stepped back in time

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#10

Sunrise In Gobi Desert, Mongolia

Sunrise In Gobi Desert, Mongolia

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

All of the doors facing one direction. I know that the Native American Indians all face their doors East - I gotta wonder if this is typical or accidental.

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Holi Celebrations In Vrindavan, India

Holi Celebrations In Vrindavan, India

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

This photo is STUNNING regardless of the circumstances (real or perceived).... I found it mesmerizing.

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Monks Debate Doctrines Every Afternoon At The Jokhang Temple In Lhasa, Tibet

Monks Debate Doctrines Every Afternoon At The Jokhang Temple In Lhasa, Tibet

Travel, open your mind, and learn. Everyday! - Monks debate doctrines every afternoon at the Jokhang temple in Lhasa, Tibet.

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Jenny Wong 2 years ago

I was fascinated...these simple young men in simple red robes in a simple primitive world, trying to make sense of the world outside asked me "what do you put in your tea...if not yak butter?"

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The Historic Sanctuary Of Machu Picchu

The Historic Sanctuary Of Machu Picchu

Embedded within a dramatic landscape at the meeting point between the Peruvian Andes and the Amazon Basin, the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu is among the greatest artistic, architectural and land use achievements anywhere and the most significant tangible legacy of the Inca civilization. Built in the fifteenth century Machu Picchu was abandoned when the Inca Empire was conquered by the Spaniards in the sixteenth century. It was not until 1911 that the archaeological complex was made known to the outside world.

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Sally Vogel 2 years ago

Beautiful but nothing new...this viewpoint has been used millions of times.

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Hindus Immersing Themselves In A Pool FIlled With Colored Water During Holi In Nasik, India

Hindus Immersing Themselves In A Pool FIlled With Colored Water During Holi In Nasik, India

“Not all those who wander are lost”, J.R.R. Tolkien.

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

Looks like red wine....

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Woman In Varanasi, India

Woman In Varanasi, India

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

A lot of beautiful coloring - Anybody know what the 'puppets' in the windows are for?

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Storm At The Red Cliff, Mongolia

Storm At The Red Cliff, Mongolia

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#17

Women Are Working In The Tea Plantations Near Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka

Women Are Working In The Tea Plantations Near Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka

Silhouettes and mysteries.

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Aita Sillar 2 years ago

Its like a great green carpet, with some colorful spots on.

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#18

Rusted Ship On The Beach Of Nouakchott, Mauritania

Rusted Ship On The Beach Of Nouakchott, Mauritania

"When a man is bound with a rope, sooner or later, he breaks it." Fulani proverb.

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Janina Kasiliauskaite 2 years ago

che che, Been there. Did you also went to Nouadhibou?

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Balloon Overview Of The Valley Of The Kings At Sunrise, Egypt

Balloon Overview Of The Valley Of The Kings At Sunrise, Egypt

Balloon overview of the Valley of the Kings at sunrise. The valley of the Kings is a region located on the Western bank of the Nile, at the height of Thebes (now the modern city of Luxor). It houses the tombs of many pharaohs of the New Kingdom.

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Aita Sillar 2 years ago

Great touch of light......

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Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

The Monastery, or "Al-Deir", was probably a temple, originally, and was an important center of pilgrimage. During the Byzantine period it was used as a monastery, hence its current name. It is the largest monument in Petra: 47 meters wide, 45 meters high, 8 summit to the urn.

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Marcia González 2 years ago

Erebor?!?

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#21

Ritual Dance, Hamer People‏, Ethiopia

Ritual Dance, Hamer People‏, Ethiopia

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

Long tradition for the Hamer people is performing certain rituals including whipping of the women and the men jumping over bulls (to prove their manhood). In order to prepare themselves for the whipping, Hamer women cheer, sing and dance for hours.

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#22

Laguna Colorada, South Lipez

Laguna Colorada, South Lipez

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

Dotted with massive borax deposits, this salt lake is less than three feet (1 meter) deep, and is tinted blood red due to a variety of algae which thrive in the salt water. The plankton also draws a large number of endangered James flamingos, which is another highlight of the lake.

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Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

From the south of La Paz to the borders of Chile and Argentina, this limitless immensity invades its visitor to an overwhelming sense of loneliness. The barren mountains seem suspended in an unreal world. Most of the Altiplano was once covered with the prehistoric lakes Mirichi and Tauca. They have disappeared here about 10 000 years, leaving a desolate landscape, composed of arid pampas, deserts of salt and brackish water areas.

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

The train to nowhere . . .

#24

Medina, Fez

Medina, Fez

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

I can almost smell the spices from here!

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#25

Fresco In The Great Temple Ff Abu Simbel, Egypt

Fresco In The Great Temple Ff Abu Simbel, Egypt

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Sabrina Royal 2 years ago

I love the direction this is going

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Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

View of the Sugar Loaf and Rio.

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Elenice Cruz 2 years ago

Rio is always beautiful <3

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#27

In The Bush, Gorom Gorom

In The Bush, Gorom Gorom

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#28

Peacefulness And Harmony At The Song-Köl Lake, Kyrgyzstan

Peacefulness And Harmony At The Song-Köl Lake, Kyrgyzstan

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Aita Sillar 2 years ago

Oooooooohhh, so calm.....

#29

Yaks Wander In The Pamir Mountains In Eastern Tajikistan

Yaks Wander In The Pamir Mountains In Eastern Tajikistan

Yaks wander in the Pamir mountains in Eastern Tajikistan, one of the most unexplored and isolated regions on Earth.

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#30

Sunrise On Masjed Jame, Yazd, Iran

Sunrise On Masjed Jame, Yazd, Iran

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Fatèmée Ahmadi 2 years ago

https://www.boredpanda.com/paintings-and-sketching-of-historical-land-marks-of-my-city-yazd/

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Benin, Aftrica

Benin, Aftrica

"Every river owns its source." African proverb

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HalfShelli 2 years ago

Pascal, I wish you'd tell us more about your photos! What are these?

#32

Separation Wall Between Israel And The Palestinian Occupied Territories, Bethlehem

Separation Wall Between Israel And The Palestinian Occupied Territories, Bethlehem

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

This is intriguing.

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#33

Erg Chebbi, Merzouga

Erg Chebbi, Merzouga

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Renu 2 years ago

I was here 2 weeks ago and it is truly spectacular!

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#34

South Lipez, Bolivia

South Lipez, Bolivia

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Hans 2 years ago

;)

#35

Amani Village, Kenya

Amani Village, Kenya

Amani village, one of the most important along the 150 km long cliff.

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#36

Sehzade Mosque, Istanbul

Sehzade Mosque, Istanbul

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Elenice Cruz 2 years ago

Beautiful..

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#37

Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

Largo do Pelourinho is a historic neighborhood located in the western zone of Salvador, Brazil. It was the city's center during the Portuguese Colonial Period, and was named for the whipping post (Pelourinho means Pillory) in its central plaza where African slaves received punishment for various infractions, as well as for disciplinary purposes.

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#38

Sunrise On Timeless Varanasi, India

Sunrise On Timeless Varanasi, India

Varanasi stands among my top 5 places. I can say that it is in Varanasi, when I was discovering this eternal and so inspiring city for the first time, that I realized I wanted to use my camera as a witness of all my experiences and discoveries. To share them later with the maximum people possible.

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Yvonne Bernal 2 years ago

I LOVE all the bright colors.

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#39

The Beautiful city Of Djenné, Mali

The Beautiful city Of Djenné, Mali

Djenné is undoubtedly the most beautiful city in Mali. Known around the world, its imposing mud mosque is classified by UNESCO as World Heritage of Humanity. Djenné has the appearance of a large village. People move around on foot, by scooter or on carts pulled by a donkey. Only a few tarps are allowed on the main square, for those arriving or leaving the city.

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#40

A Little Restaurant Near Pokhara, Nepal

A Little Restaurant Near Pokhara, Nepal

Always BE WELCOME – Here is a picture taken in a little restaurant near Pokhara, Nepal. Travelling the world is about, inter alia, breaking your own barriers and meeting people with your mind and heart wide open. And I must honestly say that in all the places I have visited, I have always felt at ease and warmly welcomed.

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#41

Blu Mural On An Old Abandoned Factory In Cuvrystraße In Kreuzberg

Blu Mural On An Old Abandoned Factory In Cuvrystraße In Kreuzberg

Blu mural on an old abandoned factory in Cuvrystraße in Kreuzberg, along the Spree. Blu is an urban artist originally from Bologna, Italy. He traveled the globe (Sao Paulo, Berlin, Rome, Madrid, Belfast, Malta, Gaza, Mexico, Guatemala City, Managua, Costa Rica ...) looking for walls to paint. He spreads his art wherever he goes.

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#42

Isla Del Sol

Isla Del Sol

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Notchimine Mette 2 years ago

Skapies!!! :)

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#43

A Mother In The Crowd At The Damascus Gate, Jerusalem

A Mother In The Crowd At The Damascus Gate, Jerusalem

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#44

Sud Lipez Area, Bolivia

Sud Lipez Area, Bolivia

“Life is a journey and not a destination”, Buddhist quote.

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Notchimine Mette 2 years ago

This looks like the south of Namibia

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Port, Nouakchott

Port, Nouakchott

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#46

Uros Tribe, FLoating Islands On Lake Titicaca

Uros Tribe, FLoating Islands On Lake Titicaca

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#47

Isla De Pescadores, Salar De Uyuni

Isla De Pescadores, Salar De Uyuni

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Hans 2 years ago

Just...wow

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#48

Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

In the village, West Manhattan, NY.

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Hans 2 years ago

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Gay city....what a nice, profane yetinteresting photo! :)

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#49

Lost In The Crowd In The Segou Market, Mali

Lost In The Crowd In The Segou Market, Mali

Travelling the world is stepping out of your comfort zone, being ready to embrace the unknown.

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Daniel Sikunrongwali 2 years ago

Those stunning eyes!

#50

Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

Travel Photos Pascal Mannaerts

Brazil.

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#51

Walk On The Brooklyn Bridge, NYC

Walk On The Brooklyn Bridge, NYC

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