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TV Interview at Sand Nativity Jesolo 2018
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Every year in Jesolo a group of 12 carvers from different country carve the Sand Nativity. I am invited to be part of the team since 2017. Thousands of people go and see the sculptures we make.It is one of...
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Wineglass Bay Hiking
Panettone and Vecchia Romagna Spirit
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Nothing like snow, fireplace, glue-wine..in 2017 i really had a unique Christmas. I was in Melbourne for a sand project.That year it was extra hot weather and everyday there were alert to stay fresh and drinks a lot of water....
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mekong river
CANOE ON MEKONG RIVER ON APRIL 2017
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Me, Susanne from Holland and Enguerrand from Belgium decided to leave earlier for Vietnam so to spend some days around Mekong area. Coming each of us from our country, we met in Ho Ci Min and took a mototaxi to...
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Fulong Beach
Meditation lesson in Fulong Beach
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Chia Jung is a Buddhists monk who lives in a monastery in Fulong. I have met her during my staying in that beach in 2015. After the rainy season, in April the owner of Fulong Beach Resort produces an International...
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Changbaishan snow team competiton
3x3x3 metres snow cube
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Most of the snow competition is based on 3x3x3 meters high cube compacted snow. In February 2015 me Patricia from Canada, Elisabeth from Norway have attend a snow competition and festival in Changbai Shan, north west of Cina at the...
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Umbrella dancers
The sand museum in Tottori
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There is only one permanent Sand Museum in the world: it is placed in Tottori in Japan. Katsuiko Chean is the executive producer of the museum.I have met him in 2012 in Bogor: since that time he invites me to...
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Washington Federal Way
Federal Way Washington
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In august 2010 I went in USA for a kind of tour through different state, attending some sand competitions. Here i was working on a double competition, in Federal Way.  At that time it was considered a World Championship as...
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