Lying between the two arms of the Rhône River, the Camargue is the delta of all beauties. From the pink flamingos to the salt plains, from the empty beaches to the vast wetlands, from it’s famed red rice to its mythical bulls and white horses, Camargue balances between sweet and salty waters, between toreros and gypsies.

To tell this mosaic of wilderness and manmade Riverboom decided the only way is from above, and tackled this flat land with drones and very high tripods. What is flat does not lack depth…

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