Addis Ababa and beyond The land north of Addis Ababa is rippling with endless mountains, a dramatic geography with old history and culture. Ethiopia is the cradle of our earliest known ancestors and a hub for some of the first Christians, Muslims, and Jews culture. After a day of travel through the Rift Valley we reach Lalibela where […]
Ethiopia first touch And this is my short story of taking off and arriving today. Last night I did fly to Addis Ababa -Ethiopia to start a photo adventure with my dear friends in Eastern Sahara. I took off from Bangkok on Ethiopian airways thinking that every airline company will have a decent airplane. but […]
Bunch of research went in to determining where to take my friend Nancy to have a good feeling of the Thai and Laotian culture. Given our short trip duration and just before the Loicratong holiday we decider that Northern Thailand and Laos will bring us the most subjects to photograph and culture to experience. We […]
A short visit to Angkor Wat with some friends of my to photo document the lifestyle around this majestic historical site.
In Romania with Family and we did have a chance to visit, photographed some of the Transylvanian medieval cities and enjoy some great food and drinks. Brasov- feeding the pigeons in the medieval city square Rupea fortress
Let yourself free and embrace the nomadic life for few days and allow your self to discover what is possible. Mongolia is an untouched countryside as far as the eye could see, Ride with us, be free, explore with us!
India is a country that leaves one spellbound with its alluring contrasts and striking features in all that it beholds! After 2 amazing weeks traveling through Rajasthan and Varanasi, just a very small part of this vast country in South Asia, home to the ancient Indus Valley Civilization and a region of historic trade routes, vast […]
Tinehrir, Morocco is a city in the region of Tinghir, south of the High Atlas and north of the Little Atlas in southeastern Morocco. Its name originally referred to the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, but its area has expanded to encompass surrounding villages and refers to the entire oasis. The predominant […]
We’ve had an amazing trip here in Iceland and we hope you’re having some summer fun wherever you are! The shooting went great and most of the time we did have the weather need it to get great photographs.
This are few photographs from my last photo expedition to Bali, most of this images represent the left over wild places of Bali, Indonesia.
Lake Clark National Park tour I’m back from a wonderful Alaska Brown Bear Photo Tour! We had mothers with this year bear cubs – hard to find a more entertaining subject to watch and photograph then the bear cubs! The weather was not to good, but good for photography, rain and drizzle every day […]
Up north on the border with China, always when we visited a village , we have been escorted by an army of Black hamong, many of them try to sell us something and others were just curious to find out what we do and where we come from. […]
The third part of our Vietnam photo expedition it takes us in the part of Vietnam where you find house architecture with red tiled roofs and exposed brick walls that reviles the past time, the palm trees separating the rice flooded properties . In the field you can see the locals harvesting or carrying loads […]
So far so good, the first part of the Photo expedition is accomplish and no unexpected events, it was a successful trip up to Sapa, every one had a bluest photographing and interacting with the hill tribes in this area. First we started with a nice storm in Hanoi and then Sapa After arriving we […]
Paria plateau of Utah and Arizona I was here with Jay Goodrich photographing, it is amassing how much this area has to offer, I think this is one of my favorite out of many of the Southwest locations at the moment. Paria plateau is a vast sandstone plateau with very colorful landscapes, slot canyons and rock […]
The spring season is beautiful in Bhutan, many things come alive in the spring after the long cold winter, some of them are the flowering trees and plants . This year we were very lucky with the Rhododendron and magnolia forest, the Rhodes where amassing this year, reds, whites and pinks as far as you […]
Jakar and Pe e La Pass One of my favorite locations for photography in Bhutan is the Wangdichholing Palace in Jakar. This it used to be a palace, but no more, now it is a monastery, or at least space for the young monks to study. The structure of the building is very beautiful with […]
From Punakha to Trongsa Valley The PHALLUS The belief that such a symbol brings good luck and drives away evil spirits is so much ingrained in the psyche of the common populace in Bhutan that the symbols are routinely painted outside walls of the new houses. When you drive from Punakha to Trongsa, you’ll […]
From Paro we did drive up to the Dochula pass ( 3050 m ), this pass is one of the greatest area to see the Bhutanese Himalaya range , when the weather is clear. But in our situation the weather was overcast , don’t take me wrong, we did want overcast do to the Rhododendrons […]
Paro festival We caught the last two days of the park festival, the last two days they are in the outside court. When on the outside is hard to hide from sun and the clouds where almost non. But we still manage to get some great photographs and is not just photographing but experiencing […]
Mandalay- Myanmar photo expedition 2013 Today our photo expedition will take us to Mandalay, first will start with the Buddhist university and monastery where a 1000 monks reside for study and Buddhist religion practice. It is a great location to photograph the monks caring on with their daily life and the area they live […]
This are few images from the Bagan portion of our photo expedition in Myanmar Young Buddhist monks taking a break from the sun in the afternoon break, the monks can not eat after mead day but they can drink. Usually they do have two meals a day, one in the morning and one […]
The first few days of the trip went very well, the only complain I have is, we are waking up to early, for real it is to early, even for me a non coffee drinker, but we don’t have to many choices do to the internal flights. Today 3:30 am wake up call and we […]