One of the most beautiful moonlit scenes I've seen, close to home, featuring the Venon oak, the Alps mountains, and a few guest species 😊
The looming lockdown, and a beautiful weather encouraged me to make the most of the rolling hills leading to the already snowy mountains, and enjoy the beautiful autumn colors in the Alps.
As I was visiting a famous portrait exhibition in London, I had a slightly surreal experience: one of the portraits came to life before my eyes!
Koh Phi Phi island in Thailand is a tropical paradise, partly spoilt by hordes of tourists who don't really go there to admire the stunning nature...
Phang Nga Bay, with its spectacular islands and its colorful Koh Panyee stilt village is a Thailand gem. In the sunrise mist, the atmosphere is magical...
Discovering amazing nature and the rugged life of a Karen tribal village through a couple days of trekking in the jungle near Chiang Mai in Thailand.
The Pa Pong Piang terraced rice fields are one of Thailand's best kept secrets. I had the chance to visit them just as the harvest was starting.
Although Chiang Mai is considered a tourism gateway to the stunning nature of northern Thailand, I was pleasantly surprised by my short visit.
Strolling through Havana city often feels like traveling back to the 1950s. The vibrance of the life on the streets – colors, sounds and scents, 24 hours a day, but also the poverty – remind us that this is not a movie set...
Viñales valley, with its steep hills and traditional coffee plantations, offers some of the most spectacular scenery in Cuba. Cayo Levisa island is a tropical paradise.
Santiago de Cuba is the most vibrant and edgy Cuban city I've visited (far more so than Havana!) – energy, style, music and dance – what's not to like?
The first leg of my 6-week road-trip adventure around the US... Following the tracks of the westbound pioneers, experiencing the vast emptiness of the plains before finally reaching the mountains...
The Wild West - mythical, larger-than-life natural and man-made places featured in movies, comics and... our dreams. We ended up having more than our fair share of adventure!
Penn 1987-88... My first long international adventure, and a transformational, foundational year for me. Also, a fascinating discovery journey.