The Vevey photography biennial opened under sunny skies. Strolling through the city’s narrow streets, you could see photographs of all sizes, children swimming the central fountain, an amphibious car giving passers-by a taste of the ocean, and a gigantic fork inviting visitors to enjoy the local cuisine. That the local gastronomy museum was hosting an exhibition demonstrated the international dimension of the festival, providing an insight into recipes and cooks and dishes from across the world.
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