Sunday, June 21, 2020

Abeille Bourbon, rail d'Ouessant

Aerial shots of the Remorqueur de Haute-Mer Abeille Bourbon.
The Abeille Bourbon is an emblematic ship; she has just been filmed in rough to very rough seas off Brittany by the photographer Charles Marion, as part of the book and the realization of rare photographs of this boat and its crew.
Realized on Sunday, November 29th, the ship was flown over for nearly 25 minute in the

Rail d'Ouessant

Rail d'Ouessant with the GeoGarage platform (SHOM nautical chart)

 Professional photographer of 27 years old, based in Nantes, Charles Marion launched two years ago a project of multiple photo-reports on men and women at sea.
During these two years, he embarked alongside men and women at sea to bring back a series of strong images on the world of Sailing, Commerce, Fishing, Sea Rescue and the French Navy.
A beautiful book called "La Mer & ses Hommes" (The Sea & its Men) will come out in mid 2016, in order to retrace in images and texts (two marine writers are accompanying me), this extraordinary human adventure.
Precious and rare testimonies will be to be discovered inside.
Collaborating regularly with two regional magazines, Charles Marion also works in the event industry, for large companies.

He is a member of the Breizhscapes collective of photographers with whom he has published a book "Regards Croisés en Bretagne", available in the West, Paris, and via Internet.

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