As a whole humans have not chosen to be inclusive in nature, for a number of reasons that are psychological, … More
Visual storytelling in Environmental Photojournalism: photo essays, photo stories, tips and techniques.
By Linley Bignoux The consensus in any type of photography is to tell a story which transcends time and space … More
Environmental Photojournalism, what it is.
One way I have tried to fuse the marine sciences and environmental sciences to photography is to simply combine both … More
Technological progression and the use of the camera in Environmental Photojournalism.
By Linley Bignoux The positive use of technology can be seen in many applications worldwide, one can argue that the mobile … More
Whats it’s really all about; informing and educating one opinion and fact at a time.
By Linley Bignoux Its probably time to revisit both the objectives of this blog/website and its aims, ensuring that it … More
Oceanographic perspectives and hobby (part 1)
By Linley Bignoux Now I’m not going to write about the current situation with the coronavirus since that seems to … More
Since then:2008 Mauritius island’s – central environmental policy.
. By Linley BignouxThe island nation of Mauritius is largely seen as developed middle to high-income economy with both financial … More
Human relevancy in environmental matters.
By Linley Bignoux Nature has suffered thus far from human impact, largely and primarily because of identity towards materialism, in … More
Mauritius: 1000 species of marine fish and around 700 coral species feeding some 4000 fish species,environmental interaction of the sea with human impacts.
By Linley Bignoux. With human to species interaction being fraught with “contrasting interests” that interfere with the process of life … More
Apart from teaching English ,some days are spent doing these things !!Photography
More recent photo’s Hiking, landscapes,scuba diving seascapes.Mauritius
Linley Jean-Yves Bignoux ,latest works and photography
Mauritius ,2018 so far in the photographic journey plus camera lens and camera takes,scuba and hiking on the land that can give you scuba and hiking at its best
photos Jean-Yves Bignoux I guess i need to introduce my camera lenses and the coming of a new camera to … More
Beauty responds to those who can see it ,not only in nature but within the confines of life itself . Jean-Yves Bignoux Canon EOS 7D,10 -20mm Tamron DC2 Lens.Post Lafayette,Republic of Mauritius,Republique de Maurice,
Where do you find yourself PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVICES GLOBAL:Mauritius ,Jean-Yves Bignoux Nikon D300,Canon EOS 7D and Ikelite Underwater housing system CANON EOS 7D
As humans when we can ponder about natures and Gods handy work ,we are in fact appreciating the very existence of an essentially robust thought process of calmness in a vast mechanized and material world full of noise and rush. Nature has its ways with human existence in the surreal and sublime …in beauty we ponder.Jean-Yves Bignoux .
Mauritius:Sea,nature,landscapes and sun,Nikon D300
Mauritius in plain sight .There is nothing more admirable and everlasting that a sense of presence is abound in Gods work… .Jean-Yves Bignoux,Nikon D300 with Tamron 90mm macro prime lens and a Sigma 10-24mm EX HSM lenses.
Oceanography as a whole looks at the myriad complexities of oceans.
Oceanography as a whole looks at the myriad complexities of our oceans from a multi disciplinary approach scientifically . Oceanographers … More
Marine Biology :The relation to scuba diving ,underwater photography the oceans,seas,marine biology and oceanography.
From a technical, scientific view and photographic view i love the oceans ,the study of it and seeing it and … More
Environmental degradation-As a whole humans have not chosen to be inclusive in nature,apart from it is more the reality thus far. (En Francais)-Dégradation de l’environnement – Dans l’ensemble, les humains n’ont pas choisi d’être inclusifs dans la nature, à part que c’est plus la réalité jusqu’à présent
Article written for Africa Global Village written by Jean-Yves Linley Bignoux As a whole humans have not chosen to be … More