Island Vulnerability explores the challenges which isolated geographies face when dealing with risk and disasters by examining the processes which create, maintain, and could be used to reduce their vulnerability. This page provides photos from Seychelles.
Beach football/soccer at sunset.
Which Way To Aldabra?
Resting on the beach.
Coco de mer at the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve on Praslin Island.
Spot for reflection.
Between the rocks.
Swimming with a yacht.
New rubbish bins for Victoria.
It was raining.
It was definitely raining.
Flying in a Twin Otter between islands.
Palms and clouds.
Waves under the tree.
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