Dramatic Horseshoe Bend

Horseshoe Bend is one of those locations which is worth going both at sunset and at sunrise. In the latter case, the sun will be in your back but will illuminate the sandstone with its warm light. When you get a nice thunderstorm to make the sky a little more dramatic, you get a recipe ...


Nautical Twilight

I got up at 4:30am that morning and peeked outside to see if I could beat the weather forecast announcing 100% chance of rain. Seeing some patches of clear sky, I hopped in a taxi and got to the Hong Kong Peak, still misty from a fresh summer night. As usual, I couldn't help but ...


Electric Canyonlands

Sometimes weather doesn't go as expected and you may end up with very dull photos when you were expecting a beautiful scenery. However when weather is really really bad, then I couldn't recommend enough to go out and try your luck anyway! You may come back soaked but also filled with satisfaction after going home ...


Horseshoe Bend

The point where the Colorado river bends in a spectacular manner is another famous location not to be missed if you're not scared of heights. In order to get a good shot, you will have to get pretty close to the hair-raising cliff, with you and your tripod standing just a few centimetres away from ...


Don’t Be Afraid Of The Storm

Bad weather conditions can sometimes produce the most dramatic photos. This was taken in Auckland at sunrise, while I was witnessing the clouds unfold and wrap the sky with its dark layer, as if the night was falling again.

The Untouchables

The financial district of Pudong in Shanghai shows off its tallest buildings from across the river, not without pride and maybe a certain insolence.