A Visual Notebook...'s Landscape Posts

First post after a long period with so little time, as an attempt to calm the pace ... Fluid wave movements become cotton lines, a white yacht catches a ray of…

For many people, snow is quite common during winter. For some, it's rare enough to become the main topic of conversation when it happens, and a few centimeters…

Arrived a few minutes too early to my rendez-vous, I walked along the old remparts of Antibes. As always, I had a camera with me, this time only with a 35mm. I…

There's something special about being alone in front of a breathtaking scenery, it's like having a rare privilege. Waking up before everyone, walking in the…

On our way to Yellowstone two years ago, we had the chance to discover Glacier National Park. While the landscapes were not as unique as some other US Parks,…

Too often, I feel frustrated when discovering the images that I was the most eager to capture, because of the difference of what I felt when I stopped walking…

Years ago, an experienced photographer who was not yet a friend taught me that while very few images are strong enough to be presented alone, some others could…

It is well known that sunrise or sunset are photographers' favorite moments. Without considering light quality differences, I usually prefer sunrise for a…

In a previous post, I was looking for alternative ways to capture images of a landmark. Once I recovered from the emotion and vertigo we felt when discovering…

On the way from Kayenta to Monument Valley Park, it is difficult to miss the stand alone peak called El Capitan. Imposing block emerging from a flat landscape,…

Being at the right place at the right time. That was my precise feeling as the light was firing up the narrow canyon of Lower Antelope. Being at the back of the…

When we arrived at Monument Valley that day, I was not sure to bring back any image. Sky was too white, light was too flat. For sure we enjoyed the spirit of…
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