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Bliss of resting in a bubble atop a forest canopy near Paris

When working in forestry, Stéphane Durocher used to sleep in a hammock high in the trees so when he moved with his family to a home bordering the Forest of Fontainebleau (outside Paris), he decided to go even higher and build suspended transparent tree tents for sleeping in the treetops.

Stefáne suspended the see-through bubbles at different heights in his backyard forest. The uppermost are at 20 meters (65 feet) and can only be accessed with a harness and climbing ropes (they come with elevated composting toilets to minimize trips up and down).