In love with Belle-île-en-mer, a French island off the coast of Brittany, Philippe Ulliac has made it his life’s mission to unveil its timeless beauty. Twenty-five years of work have culminated in the publication of a new book. His imperious gaze looks straight ahead. He has just spotted a strange curve on top of a rock: it’s a cormorant about...
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