The photographer's eye - The Tuamotu Islands - The archipelago with 76 atolls

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The Tuamotus, like pearls scattered across the Pacific, offer a visual symphony, where the blue of the sky blends with the crystal-clear waters. Aboard our two- or three-hulled ocean-going boats, the magic of these islands slowly emerges on the horizon, like a dream taking shape. The palm trees sway to the rhythm of the trade winds, offering an enchanting, silent dance for those who venture onto these islands.

On the map, the Tuamotu lagoons look like confetti. Up close, they stretch out like an artist’s canvas. In a palette of infinite hues, the shimmering coral is home to thousands of tropical fish playing hide-and-seek. The sun’s reflections sparkle on the waves, like a living tableau of light and shadow. The atolls are like white sand oases inviting you to contemplate their coconut palm-fringed, deserted beaches. Oases preserved from the hustle and bustle of the world.

Sailing between the islands is like plunging into a book of natural adventures, where ...

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