A Morning In Iceland

It's getting cold in Hong Kong (well relatively)! Do you recognise this place (hint: not in Hong Kong)? Time to review my Iceland library and to dig out some of the photos I had discarded because I didn't know how to process them at the time!

Sailing to the Sun

This was taken at the same spot as the photo I posted earlier this week, only minutes later, proving again that you should not pack your camera gear until you are 100% certain you got the shot you wanted! Wishing everyone a relaxing weekend!

Happy New Year

Happy New Year and Best Wishes for 2017! Thanks to the 2000+ persons who are following me on Facebook and the 400+ on Instagram. Keeping up the pace in 2016 hasn't been easy but I'm still trying to post as often as I can although I have to admit updating several platforms (this blog included) ...

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Asphalt Valley At Dawn

When I said I was drawn to B&W images last week, it didn't take me too long to take the plunge as I recently acquired a Leica M Monochrom Typ 246 camera. I've been thinking about getting one for a while, especially since Leica came up with this brilliant marketing campaign where Zack Snyder (the ...

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Stillwater

The sunrise was very dull that morning but the water was so still, it allowed Nijubashi, one of the most famous bridges in Japan, to reflect almost perfectly on the surface.

Delhi’s Misty Sunrise

It was only early March but the air was already heavy from the raindrop a few days before I arrived in India. The thickness and humidity did not seem to agree with the stone of Gurudwara Bangla Sahib's floor which was still icy cold and made each barefoot step more painful that morning. Yet, what ...

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Morning Kiss

There's nothing like waking up at 4am to be the first one to see the sakura at sunrise in Tokyo with no one else in front of you!

Face Off with El Capitan

When you drive into Yosemite Valley and come out of the woods, the trees open up to the giant of granite facing you. This is one of the most impressive views of the famous national park or at least the most humbling experience in my opinion. It's hard to show how imposing the 900m-tall rock ...

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Stand and Rise

Sunset is more popular than sunrise for Delicate Arch, not only because it's easier to wake up at 5pm than 5am but also because the sunlight would lighten up the arch directly and not be blocked by the surrounding rocks on the other side. Having had a cloudy sunset the night before, I decided to ...

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