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The “Photo Hebdo” section of 20 Heures de France 2 highlights the highlights of the week. Among the shots in the program: a volcanic eruption, a historical moment for cinema and space, and the end of Christo’s work.
On the island of Palma, in the Canary Islands (Spain), the eruption of the volcano allowed residents to witness a wonderful and frightening spectacle. A real glowing rage that lasted about three weeks. On the other side of the globe, in California (USA), an oil slick stains the ocean and creates a contrast between the natural blue waters and the darker, oily waters. White buoys try to protect marine environments from environmental disasters. In France, we remember the faces of the cyclists participating in the Paris-Roubaix. Mud-covered face of a Belgian cyclist, who has just crossed the northern inferno under dog weather.
Real dogs, blessed by a priest in the Philippines. It has been an annual blessing for animals, but it has also been a hope of staving off Covid-19 in this way. For a Russian actress, one last kiss on the window of a bus before heading into space, all within the framework of a movie, filmed at an altitude of 400 kilometers, on the International Space Station, which has become a movie theater, the first in the world. Speaking of cinema, this is the final applause for the transient work of Christo and the Arc de Triomphe, which has now been unearthed. The memorial restores his majesty. As for fabrics with an area of 25 thousand square meters, they will be recycled.
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