Silhouettes on the U Bein bridge, the largest teak bridge in the world.
Seeing the balloons fly over the hundreds of pagodas in Bagan in the morning is really an amazing sight. Being is one of the said balloon is equally exciting but it will be the subject of another post
At Inle lake, vivid pink lotus flowers caught the attention of fishermen.
The openings in that pagoda in Bagan created a great lighting for this shot. Thanks, AP Soe for the great setup in this wonderful location! Note that this pic makes a great background picture for a mobile phone
Beautiful sunrise in Mandalay, with the famous U-Bein bridge on the right hand side (and my fellow photographers on the left hand side). The boats are used in the evening for a romantic ride (or a nice photo shoot, if you're a geek like me) at sunset, when you can see nice silhouettes crossing the ...
Morning scene of a fisherman slapping the water in Inle lake to drive the fish to the surface.
I shot this portrait of this smiling novice monk in Mandalay while the light was very harsh. The polarising filter I was using however did a good job in removing all the unwanted overexposed areas and I ended up with a very nice lighting on the face.
I have just returned from an exhilarating 2-week photo tour in Myanmar in the company of Aung Pyae Soe, a talented young photographer and generous person, and a fantastic group of people whom I'm proud to have befriended. Myanmar must have some of the nicest people I've seen, beautiful too, such as this girl from ...
To all my followers, I won't be able to post for the next 2 weeks but it's for the greater good, as I'll be joining a photo tour in Myanmar and hope to be back with tons of pictures to feed this blog again! In the meantime, this blog will be taking a little break!
The Southern Crater in Waimangu's volcanic valley. New Zealand will teach you that lakes can be of any colour!
The hikes in Rotorua's Redwoods start with a nice stroll among huge redwood trees, which diameter can easily reach 1 meter or more.
This beautiful tree in Waikato splits and mixes with the the other plants and moss around.