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Seychelles: Carte blanche operation of vanilla Islands on Facebook, the Seychellois photographer Steve Nibourette makes us discover his archipelago




After the photographer Lionel Taylor, who showed what he considers as the best  representative of Reunion island, this week it is the turn of Steve Nibourette to tame the Seychelles archipelago under his objective within the framework of the 'Carte blanche' initiated by the vanilla Islands operation *.
 
Promoting a region is often a difficult choice about positioning, but also and especially on images that are put forward.
 
The vanilla Islands association wishes to involve a large number of local actors in its action to promote on social networks so that images that are broadcast are the result of the choice of a majority.
 
Each week, a photographer thus puts forward his island, and select photos that seem to be the most representative.
 
The artistic choice being only his, without interference or proposal for the structure of the vanilla Islands.
 
It is thus directly involved to show Internet users his personal vision of tourism. You will find the choice of this photographer on http://www.facebook.com/Iles.Vanille.Vanilla.Islands
 
For those who want them also to take part in the adventure, simply to apply by email to info@vanilla-islands.org
 
* Reunion, Seychelles, Madagascar, Mauritius, Comoros, Mayotte and the Maldives



Laurent Chinaud


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