The blue island is the name given by the elders to Saint Barthélemy. Nostalgia? No, just an allusion to the Gaïac, the emblematic tree of the Caribbean that served as an anchor for the construction of traditional huts. When it is in bloom, it is adorned with a multitude of small blue dots and gives the landscape impressionistic touches like Paul Gauguin. To give back blue to your thoughts, to claim this Liberta that you still feel on these little paradises....
In these very uncertain times, it seemed natural to us to defend a certain idea of freedom: pacifist and humanist values and, far from any diktat, a spirit open to all forms of expression.
In this issue, stamped with refined images, our eyes turned to open spaces. The respect of the scenario of nature in the habitat of yesteryear, the beauty barely veiled in the eye of a photographer, the offbeat poetry of a villa inspired by the geography of the place.
It is up to everyone to follow the direction of the wind on the blue island and to get lost on unusual paths...
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