The sign says…my choice of images go to two exotic corners of the world and precisely due to this remoteness I found it striking to see that, after all our […]
Angles are perspectives.
This adorable mule was our kitchen carrier during our M’Goun Trek, Morocco. She accompanied the group with all the utensils and food. Very nice indeed. I couldn’t help but portray […]
22:00, 44km weekend trek and ready for my beauty sleep…here goes my contribution for this weeks theme! :)
The ascension to Mount M’Goun (4,071 meters) in the Atlas Mountain Range of Morocco was a turning point for me as a trekker. I was totally taken by surprise when, during the […]
“It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves.” – Sir Edmund Hillary There is nothing more gratifying for a trekker than reaching the top of a mountain after an […]
Hands are so expressive. I love to photograph hard-working hands! There is so much story stamped on them, the battering of time and hardship. The signs of labor cannot be […]
To take photographs means to recognize – simultaneously and within a fraction of a second – both the fact itself and the rigorous organization of visually perceived forms that give […]