Lac Emerald (Nouvelle-Zélande) Cueva de Nerja (Espange) Cascade de Svartifoss (Islande) Géiser (Islande) Jökulsárlón (Islande) Lac Matheson (Nouvelle-Zélande) Punakaiki, Pancake rocks (Nouvelle-Zélande) Mount Cook (Nouvelle-Zélande) Lac Baikal (Russie) Mount Pisa (Nouvelle-Zélande) Milford Sound (Nouvelle-Zélande) Désert de Tabernas (Espagne) Le désert du Sahara avec le massif de l'Atlas (Maroc) Pyrénées, vallée Glacière Voie lactée avec Jupiter Sahara, dunes de Chegaga Scientific tripScientific travel To observe a landscape is to discover a wonderful, beautiful place that will remain etched in our memory. Whether it’s an ocean, a vast desert or a starry sky, these landscapes are envied for their beauty but also for their scientific appeal. If we look from another angle at what surrounds us, these landscapes also bring a scientific knowledge. Whether it’s biology, geology, astronomy, archaeology, all these places we take pictures may well hide secrets we did not imagine. In order to make the world discover these wonders, women and men, thirsting for adventure, have travelled all over the globe to find and learn more about what surrounds us. They brought us a lot of knowledge, but also photos, videos, drawings, stories, which allowed us to discover our planet. The scientific journey is what defines all these explorations and adventures since always. From my many travels, I had the chance to explore a multitude of places with both this contemplative and scientific interest. Allowing me to change my outlook on a trip and bring new insights has been my goal for all these years. I brought back many photos to write my popular science articles. 16 photos seemed to me to meet criteria both scientific and photogenic to be able to realize a photo exhibition on the theme of scientific travel. These photos will bring you a point of view on the beauties of the world, but also on what is hidden behind these places, on their scientific interest. Each photo contains an explanatory sheet on a scientific subject to allow you to see from a different angle the landscapes that surround us. A nice trip to all of you Partager :Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.