Les Sentiers de la photo is an open-air photographic exhibition. From July to November, the Haut-du-Tôt, the highest village in the Vosges, hosts, for the fifth consecutive year, an open-air photographic exhibition. More than 100 large-format photographs are available to visitors. It is at the bend of a hollow path, or in the shade of the tall firs, that the visitors will discover the exhibited works. A popular success 10,000 visitors in 2016, 50,000 for the 2019 edition, the attendance of the exhibitions and the quality of the images presented make this event a real success.
For the fifth edition, a specific view of the wild world is available, on species geographically closer to the Vosges mountains. Foxes, badgers, weasels, ermines, lynx, wolves and bears have always lived by our side and this was often fatal. Their habitats are also ours : countryside, meadows, rivers, mountains, forests ; this cohabitation is sometimes brutal, because our dominating species hardly accepts coexistence.
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A Part of the exhibition will be visible at Jardin Linet during the 24th edition of the Festival Photo Montier
Pour plus de renseignements, visitez leur site internet : http://www.sentiersdelaphoto.fr/
Une partie de l’exposition sera visible au Jardin Linet lors de la 24ème édition du Festival : https://www.photo-montier.org/fiche-exposant/du-poil-de-la-bete/