No Signal, Living in the Heart of Nature, Brice Portolano
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- A poignant book on the trendy subject of conscious living by leaving the old life behind and making a fresh start in harmony with nature
- Ten extraordinary lifestyles around the globe, beautifully captured in photographs
- A gift for anyone seeking inspiration for some time away or a special trip
The French photographer Brice Portolano spent five years traveling from Alaska to Patagonia, from Lapland to Iran, to portray ten extraordinary people. Each of them dared to embark on a radical new beginning. In the midst of the great outdoors, they built an existence far away from cities, mostly living in the proverbial radio silence—in other words, without a telephone or the Internet. Despite some obstacles and a great deal of strenuous work, they love having the freedom to determine their own lives and be in harmony with themselves.
Anyone who tags along with Tinja, the dog sled driver in Lapland; or Ali, the Persian horseman; or watches Barny, the selfsufficient farmer in Cumbria; or Zaya, the reindeer herder in Mongolia, as they all go about their daily lives, will also begin to question some of the things we now regard as essential in life.
Born in 1991, Brice Portolano is a French photographer based in Paris. His work focuses on the relationship between man and nature in particular, and he enjoys documenting adventures in the wilderness. His photographs have been published in numerous online and print media, including GEO Magazine, National Geographic, The Independent, The Daily Mail UK, STERN, L‘OBS, Le Monde, Les Échos, Outside Magazine and Business Insider. No Signal was a longterm project of his that he worked on from 2015–2020.
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