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Luxurious fragility (MV)


A string of pearls

Like pearls on a brittle string, the islands in the Maldives atolls see perfection of their natural environment paired with fragility associated to human exploitation.

Five or six star resort luxury comes from non-existent resources: the islands have no freshwater, no agriculture, and energy is produced from imported fuels.

Hurricanes and tsunamis, bleaching coral reefs and endangered species corrode the beauty of sand – white like the native inhabitants’ smiles – and the magnificence of the kaleidoscopic subwater world, known as Allah’s aquarium.


Photo @riccardo_lancia, MUA @elisadelfini_mua, Model @yerokhova_masha – Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2019), processed by @earthncycle

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