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Quiberon, Voiles et Voiliers.
Coverage yachting Magazine.

Coverage yachting...

20 Apr 2010 - posted in : blog -portfolio

Coverage of the week in the Yachting Magazine “Voiles et Voiliers” with a double pages, and also in “Bateaux” magazine with a half page with the same picture. Picture are from Thierry Martinez, from a stormy day in February in Brittany. All the shooting here. To see all the article in the portfolio here and […]

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Quiberon, Bateaux magazine.
Bottom turn in Quiberon.

Bottom turn in Quiberon.

16 Mar 2010 - posted in : photos - gallery

We had a high level weather warning on west cost in France this week. Meteo France was predicting wind 110km/hour, and 8 meters waves. Thierry Martinez a sailing photographer contact me when i was on the way to Brittany. First day waves were not organized, super foggy, and wind around 100km/hour , making impossible to […]

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Going for the peak !

Going for the peak !

16 Mar 2010 - posted in : photos - gallery

We had a high level weather warning on west cost in France this week. Meteo France was predicting wind 110km/hour, and 8 meters waves. Thierry Martinez a sailing photographer contact me when i was on the way to Brittany. First day waves were not organized, super foggy, and wind around 100km/hour , making impossible to […]

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Rider on the Storm.

Rider on the Storm.

24 Feb 2010 - posted in : blog -photo -travel

We had a nice but devastating storm in France this week, so i went to Brittany and try a spot that i was hoping to ride since a long time. The tide was a bit to high, so the wave were crashing down to the cliff, kind of sketchy but i had lot of fun […]

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Iles aux Vaches, Kiteworld
Iles aux vaches, Kiteboarding.de
Ile aux Vaches, Kitesurf mag
The green wall !

The green wall !

4 Mar 2009 - posted in : photos - gallery

Welcome to the beginning of the world, that’s literally what “Pen ar bed” (name of Brittany in the old Brittany language) means (“pen” in Brittany means the head).

 However, fighting step after step against the wind, eyes sweating of sea spray, and the lungs drunk of fresh air, this looks more like to the end […]

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