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Flash on Paris and Eiffel Tower illuminated at night-France Flash on Paris and Eiffel Tower illuminated at night-France Flash on Paris and Eiffel Tower illuminated at night-France © Robin Fourré / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Grey Squirrel in St James Park London UKGrey Squirrel in St James Park London UKGrey Squirrel in St James Park London UK© David Tipling / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in UK
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Cutout on a Pansy in Evere Belgium ;  Cutout on a Pansy in Evere BelgiumCutout on a Pansy in Evere Belgium ;  © Jacques Rosès / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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The gardens of the capital (477-495) of king Kasyapa viewed from the top of the Lion's rock. Sirigiya. Sri-Lanka.The gardens of the capital (477-495) of king Kasyapa viewed from the top of the Lion's rock. Sirigiya. Sri-Lanka.The gardens of the capital (477-495) of king Kasyapa viewed from the top of the Lion's rock. Sirigiya. Sri-Lanka.© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Solfar, a landmark of Reykjavik. Solfar, a landmark of Reykjavik. Solfar icelandic for Sun Voyager is a sculture made of stainless steel in the harbour of Reykjavik made be the artist Jon Gunnar Arnason. Night shot with northern lights. europe, northern europe, iceland, FebruarySolfar, a landmark of Reykjavik. Solfar, a landmark of Reykjavik. Solfar icelandic for Sun Voyager is a sculture made of stainless steel in the harbour of Reykjavik made be the artist Jon Gunnar Arnason. Night shot with northern lights. europe, northern europe, iceland, FebruarySolfar, a landmark of Reykjavik. Solfar, a landmark of Reykjavik. Solfar icelandic for Sun Voyager is a sculture made of stainless steel in the harbour of Reykjavik made be the artist Jon Gunnar Arnason. Night shot with northern lights. europe, northern europe, iceland, February© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Solfar, a landmark of Reykjavik. Solfar, a landmark of Reykjavik.

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Northern lights over the fjord Nuup Kangerlua. Nuuk the capital of Greenland during late autumn. America, North America, Greenland, danish terriotoryNorthern lights over the fjord Nuup Kangerlua. Nuuk the capital of Greenland during late autumn. America, North America, Greenland, danish terriotoryNorthern lights over the fjord Nuup Kangerlua. Nuuk the capital of Greenland during late autumn. America, North America, Greenland, danish terriotory© Martin Zwick / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Northern lights over the fjord Nuup Kangerlua. Nuuk the capital

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African coral tree (Erythrina caffra), Park of Nations, Lisbon, PortugalAfrican coral tree (Erythrina caffra), Park of Nations, Lisbon, PortugalAfrican coral tree (Erythrina caffra), Park of Nations, Lisbon, Portugal© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera), Park of Nations, Vasco de Gama tower, Lisbon, PortugalDate palm (Phoenix dactylifera), Park of Nations, Vasco de Gama tower, Lisbon, PortugalDate palm (Phoenix dactylifera), Park of Nations, Vasco de Gama tower, Lisbon, Portugal© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Stone pine (Pinus pinea), Park of Nations, Lisbon, PortugalStone pine (Pinus pinea), Park of Nations, Lisbon, PortugalStone pine (Pinus pinea), Park of Nations, Lisbon, Portugal© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Stone pine (Pinus pinea), Park of Nations, Lisbon, PortugalStone pine (Pinus pinea), Park of Nations, Lisbon, PortugalStone pine (Pinus pinea), Park of Nations, Lisbon, Portugal© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Tipa, rosewood (Tipuana tipu), Cais do Sobré, Lisbon, PortugalTipa, rosewood (Tipuana tipu), Cais do Sobré, Lisbon, PortugalTipa, rosewood (Tipuana tipu), Cais do Sobré, Lisbon, Portugal© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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South nettle tree (Celtis australis), Eduardo VII park, Lisbon, PortugalSouth nettle tree (Celtis australis), Eduardo VII park, Lisbon, PortugalSouth nettle tree (Celtis australis), Eduardo VII park, Lisbon, Portugal© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Common box (Buxus sempervirens), Eduardo VII park, Lisbon, PortugalCommon box (Buxus sempervirens), Eduardo VII park, Lisbon, PortugalCommon box (Buxus sempervirens), Eduardo VII park, Lisbon, Portugal© Frédéric Tournay / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Brussels sprouts in a garden, summer, Moselle, FranceBrussels sprouts in a garden, summer, Moselle, FranceBrussels sprouts in a garden, summer, Moselle, France© Yann Avril / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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View of Bogota and the Monserrate Forest in the mist, ColombiaView of Bogota and the Monserrate Forest in the mist, ColombiaView of Bogota and the Monserrate Forest in the mist, Colombia© Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited by some Agents
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Eastern grey squirrel, (Sciurus carolinensis), with US capitol building in background, Washington D.C.Eastern grey squirrel, (Sciurus carolinensis), with US capitol building in background, Washington D.C.Eastern grey squirrel, (Sciurus carolinensis), with US capitol building in background, Washington D.C.© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Eastern grey squirrel, (Sciurus carolinensis), with US capitol

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Eastern grey squirrel, (Sciurus carolinensis), with US capitol building in background, Washington D.C.Eastern grey squirrel, (Sciurus carolinensis), with US capitol building in background, Washington D.C.Eastern grey squirrel, (Sciurus carolinensis), with US capitol building in background, Washington D.C.© John Cancalosi / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited in Spain and Portugal
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Detail of flowers.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Detail of flowers.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Detail of flowers.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital,

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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Tourists in the orchards. On weekends, Hanyuan sees a big influx of tourists and the orchards are visited by thousands of people.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Tourists in the orchards. On weekends, Hanyuan sees a big influx of tourists and the orchards are visited by thousands of people.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Tourists in the orchards. On weekends, Hanyuan sees a big influx of tourists and the orchards are visited by thousands of people.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. In the orchards, the couples help each other to pollinate the trees. This intensive farming of pears requires more than 10 insecticide treatments per year.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. In the orchards, the couples help each other to pollinate the trees. This intensive farming of pears requires more than 10 insecticide treatments per year.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. In the orchards, the couples help each other to pollinate the trees. This intensive farming of pears requires more than 10 insecticide treatments per year.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. In Mister Junrong's house: this former soldier, come back to his native land, poses with his young son and pollen cane. Behind him, a television and a statue of Mao date from the Cultural Revolution.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. In Mister Junrong's house: this former soldier, come back to his native land, poses with his young son and pollen cane. Behind him, a television and a statue of Mao date from the Cultural Revolution.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. In Mister Junrong's house: this former soldier, come back to his native land, poses with his young son and pollen cane. Behind him, a television and a statue of Mao date from the Cultural Revolution.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. In the orchards, the women work in teams or the farmers work as a couple.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. In the orchards, the women work in teams or the farmers work as a couple.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. In the orchards, the women work in teams or the farmers work as a couple.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. The living standards for the farmers from the town of Hanyuan are rising rapidly and more and more often they call upon the villagers of the mountains to carry out this work that pays 40 yuan, or 4€, per day with two meals.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. The living standards for the farmers from the town of Hanyuan are rising rapidly and more and more often they call upon the villagers of the mountains to carry out this work that pays 40 yuan, or 4€, per day with two meals.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. The living standards for the farmers from the town of Hanyuan are rising rapidly and more and more often they call upon the villagers of the mountains to carry out this work that pays 40 yuan, or 4€, per day with two meals.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. The farmers have left their hats hanging on a tree.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. The farmers have left their hats hanging on a tree.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. The farmers have left their hats hanging on a tree.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Detail of a pollen box.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Detail of a pollen box.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Detail of a pollen box.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Two flowers and two stages of maturity. Stamens: sacks of pollen with, in the centre, the pistil with several carpels.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Two flowers and two stages of maturity. Stamens: sacks of pollen with, in the centre, the pistil with several carpels.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Two flowers and two stages of maturity. Stamens: sacks of pollen with, in the centre, the pistil with several carpels.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. The flowers are gathered from early-flowering trees planted for this purpose. Long preparation work is then necessary.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. The flowers are gathered from early-flowering trees planted for this purpose. Long preparation work is then necessary.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. The flowers are gathered from early-flowering trees planted for this purpose. Long preparation work is then necessary.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. An old woman in her orchard. The farmers put the fertilizing pollen on the flowers with a wooden cane to which a pompom of feathers or down has been attached at one end.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. An old woman in her orchard. The farmers put the fertilizing pollen on the flowers with a wooden cane to which a pompom of feathers or down has been attached at one end.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. An old woman in her orchard. The farmers put the fertilizing pollen on the flowers with a wooden cane to which a pompom of feathers or down has been attached at one end.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Since the 1980s, the rice paddies of Huanyuan have been transformed into pear orchards, the pear trees doing well in the mid-mountain climate of the region.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Since the 1980s, the rice paddies of Huanyuan have been transformed into pear orchards, the pear trees doing well in the mid-mountain climate of the region.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Since the 1980s, the rice paddies of Huanyuan have been transformed into pear orchards, the pear trees doing well in the mid-mountain climate of the region.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Each year, the blossoming of the pear trees is much anticipated in Hanyuan because the income for the fruit farmers depends for a great part on a good pollination of the pear blossoms.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Each year, the blossoming of the pear trees is much anticipated in Hanyuan because the income for the fruit farmers depends for a great part on a good pollination of the pear blossoms.Hand pollination of pears orchards in Hanyuan, the Pear capital, Sichuan, China. Each year, the blossoming of the pear trees is much anticipated in Hanyuan because the income for the fruit farmers depends for a great part on a good pollination of the pear blossoms.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, plumber by profession, in his honey extraction cabin where the machines are powered by solar energy. Behind an extractor, he is holding a honey frame in his hands. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, plumber by profession, in his honey extraction cabin where the machines are powered by solar energy. Behind an extractor, he is holding a honey frame in his hands. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, plumber by profession, in his honey extraction cabin where the machines are powered by solar energy. Behind an extractor, he is holding a honey frame in his hands. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, owns forty hives in Berlin. This enthusiast is posing here in front of his main apiary set up in the Luisen-Friedhof cemetery in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf neighborhood. In the background on the left is Ralf’s extraction cabin where all the machines work on solar energy. To the right, Ralf’s Smart car is devoted to beekeeping. “Berlin is a very good place for beekeeping”, this plumber by profession tells us. “I produce nearly 6 different monofloral honeys that I sell with my wife in the markets on weekends.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, owns forty hives in Berlin. This enthusiast is posing here in front of his main apiary set up in the Luisen-Friedhof cemetery in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf neighborhood. In the background on the left is Ralf’s extraction cabin where all the machines work on solar energy. To the right, Ralf’s Smart car is devoted to beekeeping. “Berlin is a very good place for beekeeping”, this plumber by profession tells us. “I produce nearly 6 different monofloral honeys that I sell with my wife in the markets on weekends.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, owns forty hives in Berlin. This enthusiast is posing here in front of his main apiary set up in the Luisen-Friedhof cemetery in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf neighborhood. In the background on the left is Ralf’s extraction cabin where all the machines work on solar energy. To the right, Ralf’s Smart car is devoted to beekeeping. “Berlin is a very good place for beekeeping”, this plumber by profession tells us. “I produce nearly 6 different monofloral honeys that I sell with my wife in the markets on weekends.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Ralf Schneider Rathmann, 50 years old, owns

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Urban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - nts et j’adore expliquer la vie des abeilles au personnes que je rencontrer./// Heinz Risse, 48 years old, on the roof of the parliament of Berlin where, without protection, he is posing with an open hive. “I love observing the bees and raising them with other habitats. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms. Beekeeping is a fantastic hobby that has allowed me to meet lots of different people and I love to explain the life of the bees to people I encounter.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - nts et j’adore expliquer la vie des abeilles au personnes que je rencontrer./// Heinz Risse, 48 years old, on the roof of the parliament of Berlin where, without protection, he is posing with an open hive. “I love observing the bees and raising them with other habitats. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms. Beekeeping is a fantastic hobby that has allowed me to meet lots of different people and I love to explain the life of the bees to people I encounter.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - nts et j’adore expliquer la vie des abeilles au personnes que je rencontrer./// Heinz Risse, 48 years old, on the roof of the parliament of Berlin where, without protection, he is posing with an open hive. “I love observing the bees and raising them with other habitats. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms. Beekeeping is a fantastic hobby that has allowed me to meet lots of different people and I love to explain the life of the bees to people I encounter.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Philipp Markert, 26 years old, with his hives on the Church of the Resurrection steps from Alexanderplatz and Karl Marx Avenue. Following the fall of the Wall, the church was transformed, into an environmental conference center with a vegetal roof and solar panels to produce electricity. “I work as the head cook in a restaurant and I also studied to be an engineer in wood technologies at university… I started beekeeping two years ago after a seminar on bees. I hate pesticides and I shop for organic products at the local markets. It’s hard to be an ecological activist in Germany so I defend traditions, good cooking and organic products and I boycott supermarkets and the food industry that uses pesticides.” Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Heinz Risse, 48 years old, preparing his smoker on the roof of the parliament in Berlin where he has set up his experimental hives. “I work for the German national printing office and the rest of the time I practice beekeeping. I have four hives from which I produce honey and a dozen others for my pleasure, to observe the bees and to raise them with other habitats, other, older hives that better respect the bee’s nature. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms and not just honey producers.”Urban Beekeeping - Heinz Risse, 48 years old, preparing his smoker on the roof of the parliament in Berlin where he has set up his experimental hives. “I work for the German national printing office and the rest of the time I practice beekeeping. I have four hives from which I produce honey and a dozen others for my pleasure, to observe the bees and to raise them with other habitats, other, older hives that better respect the bee’s nature. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms and not just honey producers.”Urban Beekeeping - Heinz Risse, 48 years old, preparing his smoker on the roof of the parliament in Berlin where he has set up his experimental hives. “I work for the German national printing office and the rest of the time I practice beekeeping. I have four hives from which I produce honey and a dozen others for my pleasure, to observe the bees and to raise them with other habitats, other, older hives that better respect the bee’s nature. I regard my hives, my bee colonies as living organisms and not just honey producers.”© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Andreas Krüger, 42 years old, has set up his hives to the east, on the roof of the Hellersdorfer town hall on Alice Salomon square. Married with two children, he works as an instructor in an institution for the handicapped. He started beekeeping six years ago to satisfy an old childhood desire and to get back to nature. “I also really wanted to make honey. I have a slogan, Honey before dogs…” He recounts that in Berlin it’s better to have bees than a dog because the bees make it a good environment. “Otherwise, I run marathons. I have ten hives and tomorrow I am going to harvest the honey from the hives on the Hellersdorfer town hall and I hope to get 80 kilos per hive”. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs, 43 years old, firmly grasping a frame on the roof of the Berlin Cathedral. After a faultless career as a financial and real estate advisor for a big hotel group, Frank bought a building and turned into a youth hostel. Amateur beekeeper, he loves to feel the palpitating life when he opens a hive. His hotel is 300 meters from the Berlin Cathedral and he can visit his bees practically every day during the swarming period.Urban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs, 43 years old, firmly grasping a frame on the roof of the Berlin Cathedral. After a faultless career as a financial and real estate advisor for a big hotel group, Frank bought a building and turned into a youth hostel. Amateur beekeeper, he loves to feel the palpitating life when he opens a hive. His hotel is 300 meters from the Berlin Cathedral and he can visit his bees practically every day during the swarming period.Urban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs, 43 years old, firmly grasping a frame on the roof of the Berlin Cathedral. After a faultless career as a financial and real estate advisor for a big hotel group, Frank bought a building and turned into a youth hostel. Amateur beekeeper, he loves to feel the palpitating life when he opens a hive. His hotel is 300 meters from the Berlin Cathedral and he can visit his bees practically every day during the swarming period.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker close to what is left of the Berlin Wall near Warschauer Strabe. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker close to what is left of the Berlin Wall near Warschauer Strabe. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker close to what is left of the Berlin Wall near Warschauer Strabe. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Erica’s red shoes are a feminist symbol in beekeeping. Beekeeping is changing and more and more women are becoming interested in it. It’s the end of the stereotype of the beekeeper with his long beard. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Erica’s red shoes are a feminist symbol in beekeeping. Beekeeping is changing and more and more women are becoming interested in it. It’s the end of the stereotype of the beekeeper with his long beard. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Erica’s red shoes are a feminist symbol in beekeeping. Beekeeping is changing and more and more women are becoming interested in it. It’s the end of the stereotype of the beekeeper with his long beard. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs has placed two hives on the Berlin Cathedral, with in the background the ex-DDR’s famous TV tower on AlexanderPlatz. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs has placed two hives on the Berlin Cathedral, with in the background the ex-DDR’s famous TV tower on AlexanderPlatz. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - Frank Hinrichs has placed two hives on the Berlin Cathedral, with in the background the ex-DDR’s famous TV tower on AlexanderPlatz. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - “Berlinbees” is written on the beeswax frames of the Berlin Cathedral. Since 2011 and the Berlin Summt (Berlin is Buzzing) program which placed hives on well-known public buildings in Berlin, the Berliners really have the impression that their city buzzes with bees. However, Berlin already counted 750 beekeepers and nearly 2500 hives throughout the year and over 15,000 during the blossoming of the Lindens when professional beekeepers bring their hives into the city. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - “Berlinbees” is written on the beeswax frames of the Berlin Cathedral. Since 2011 and the Berlin Summt (Berlin is Buzzing) program which placed hives on well-known public buildings in Berlin, the Berliners really have the impression that their city buzzes with bees. However, Berlin already counted 750 beekeepers and nearly 2500 hives throughout the year and over 15,000 during the blossoming of the Lindens when professional beekeepers bring their hives into the city. GermanyUrban Beekeeping - “Berlinbees” is written on the beeswax frames of the Berlin Cathedral. Since 2011 and the Berlin Summt (Berlin is Buzzing) program which placed hives on well-known public buildings in Berlin, the Berliners really have the impression that their city buzzes with bees. However, Berlin already counted 750 beekeepers and nearly 2500 hives throughout the year and over 15,000 during the blossoming of the Lindens when professional beekeepers bring their hives into the city. Germany© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Urban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker in front of Checkpoint Charlie. This young woman got the media buzzing when she placed her first hives on the roof of a warehouse in Berlin. Beekeeper since only 3 years ago, Erica is the owner of a trendy bar in the Kreuzberg neighborhood. Today, Erica is happy, because the bees and beekeeping are in line with her profession and university education as a landscaper and horticulturist.Urban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker in front of Checkpoint Charlie. This young woman got the media buzzing when she placed her first hives on the roof of a warehouse in Berlin. Beekeeper since only 3 years ago, Erica is the owner of a trendy bar in the Kreuzberg neighborhood. Today, Erica is happy, because the bees and beekeeping are in line with her profession and university education as a landscaper and horticulturist.Urban Beekeeping - Erica Mayr, 37 years old, posing with a Trabant, a hive and a smoker in front of Checkpoint Charlie. This young woman got the media buzzing when she placed her first hives on the roof of a warehouse in Berlin. Beekeeper since only 3 years ago, Erica is the owner of a trendy bar in the Kreuzberg neighborhood. Today, Erica is happy, because the bees and beekeeping are in line with her profession and university education as a landscaper and horticulturist.© Eric Tourneret / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cumulus congestus pre-stormy on the Jura and panoramic view of Geneva, SwitzerlandCumulus congestus pre-stormy on the Jura and panoramic view of Geneva, SwitzerlandCumulus congestus pre-stormy on the Jura and panoramic view of Geneva, Switzerland© Christophe Suarez / BiosphotoJPG - RMSale prohibited for poster and Fine art print worlwide
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View over the village Fira, administrative capital of the island of Santorini built on the caldera at dusk, Cyclades, Greece.View over the village Fira, administrative capital of the island of Santorini built on the caldera at dusk, Cyclades, Greece.View over the village Fira, administrative capital of the island of Santorini built on the caldera at dusk, Cyclades, Greece.© Laurent Lhoté / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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Hemithea aestivariaHemithea aestivariaHemithea aestivaria© Jacques Rosès / BiosphotoJPG - RM
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