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  • Pascal Mannaerts Photographer
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  • Pascal Mannaerts has regularly travelled around the world for over 15 years, bringing strong and aesthetical images. His many travels have led him to Asia, Africa, Latin America, North Africa and the Middle East. A part of his work can be seen on his website www.parcheminsdailleurs.com 
    Free electron in photography, outside the channels of classical learning, he learnt by his taste for research and discovery. It is lost in these faraway lands that he discovered photography, a witness of the realities and experiences he had on the roads.
    His work reflects this desire to meet and the magic that came out. It is above all the Human that is reflected in his works. The Human in his unconditional beauty, his depth, his infinity. The endless variations within the Human being, His similarities found in totally different environments, a continuing thread. The Human, His thoughts, His convictions, His mystery, His novelty. The Human in portraits, in spontaneous moments, in snapshots, at mass events, in slices of everyday life.
    Part of his work is presented on his portfolio website www.parcheminsdailleurs.com. Some of his photographs were published by Geo, Lonely Planet, Le Guide du routard, The House of India and in several travel magazines in Europe.
  • Varanasi, India, 2008
  • Ahangama, Sri Lanka, 2012
  • Deshnok, India, 2004
  • Uyuni, Bolivia, 2005
  • Allahabad, India, 2013
  • Nasik, India, 2010
  • Lhasa, Tibet, 2010
  • Puno, Peru, 2005
  • Korcho, Ethiopia, 2011
  • Ella, Sri Lanka, 2012
  • Jodhpur, India, 2008
  • Djenné, Mali, 2006
  • Lhasa, Tibet, 2010
  • Harar, Ethiopia, 2011
  • Omo valley, Ethiopia, 2011
  • Wadi Rum, Jordan, 2011
  • Turmi, Ethiopia, 2011
  • Bethlehem, Palestine, 2010
  • Turmi, Ethiopia, 2011
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2013
  • Shigatse, Tibet, 2010
  • Amman, Jordan, 2010
  • Nouakchott, Mauritania, 2006
  • Chefchaouen, Morocco, 2003
  • Lençois Maranhenses, Brazil, 2013
  • Pushkar, India, 2008
  • Omo valley, Ethiopia, 2011
  • Gorom Gorom, Burkina Faso, 2009
  • Jerusalem, Israel, 2010
  • Borobodur, Indonesia, 2008
  • Jerusalem, Israel, 2010
  • Varanasi, India, 2004
  • Guangxi province, China, 2010
  • Turmi, Ethiopia, 2011
  • Ladakh, India, 2008
  • Pushkar, India, 2008
  • Petra, Jordan, 2011