A daily section of JFC at the Visa Festival for Image from August 31 to September 8, 2019. Frédéric Noy, who has just been awarded a Visa d’Or, is a photojournalist I have known for a long time and whose talent, simplicity, kindness and availability I appreciate. The subject he presents this year at the festival relates the slow agony of Lake Victoria. It is a subtle reportage. The quality of the images arouses emotion and the questioning of a new ecological tragedy. He shows this huge lake, one of the most beautiful and largest on the planet, located between […]
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