Images

Chalk Cliffs, France Northern Seashore

It feels good to be back to photography after a long two years interruption fully committed to my MBA. We spent most of the summer in Europe visiting Switzerland, Italy and France. We stayed one week at Le Crotoy inside the famous Bay of the Somme on the northern seashore of France. While scouting the […]


Lac Sacacomie en Hiver

I went back to school for 2 years last May so I had and still have very few opportunities to get out there with my gear and get back with great images. I got such an opportunity last week as we were back to the Hotel Sacacomie in Quebec to spend a few days for […]


This Fall is Higher than Niagara

We traveled to the Niagara Falls this year for spring break. I was not overly eager to see the falls as I knew that they were located in the middle of a urban area, surrounded by casino’s, and therefore not very attractive from the point of view of nature, great spaces and wilderness. In the […]


Lac Sacacomie, Québec

We drove north to Québec for Thanksgiving. We stayed at the Hotel Sacacomie where we spent 3 days hiking in late fall landscapes. This place is great to get some rest in the middle of wildlife. The hotel is entirely built in wood. It is sitting on the hillside just above the lake. At night, […]


Spirit Island

I have struggled to get back with this image of one of the most famous views of the Canadian Rockies. This place is gorgeous but is relatively remote and not easily accessible if one wants to avoid the touristic 90-minutes scenic boat cruise. It requires hiking off the posted trails and the distance is well […]


“You should go to the Canadian Rockies” …

I met professional photographer Jon Cornforth in Death Valley National Park last year during our spring break vacation in the Southwest. My family and I woke up very early that day. We drove about 40 minutes, hiked another 20 and casually met Jon at the top of the Mesquite Sand Dunes. We both were there, waiting […]


Philadelphia Dramatic Skyline at Twilight

  My son Rémy and I set up on South Bridge at the end of the afternoon early March. We had recently acquired new gear, including a tripod for me. Our goal was experimenting the newly acquired equipment and capturing long exposures of the skyline at dusk. It was very windy and it has been a challenge […]


Joshua Tree – Death Valley

We ended our 2010 Spring Break Tour throughout the Southwest in Death Valley. We have enjoyed the place for the diversity of its landscapes: sand dunes, canyons, badlands, saltgrass, mountain ranges, etc. We have even been fortunate enough to come accross an area covered with fresh-blown desert flowers resulting from unusal amounts of rain earlier […]


Hoodoos Glowing at Sunrise

  We woke up very early that morning to get to the rim of Bryce Amphitheater before sunrise. I started framing a very wide view of this majestic landscape. While the sun was rising up I was appealed by the nice glow on these hoodoos formations near the bottom of the amphi. I immediately zoomed […]


Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon is known for its beams of sunlight radiating down from openings in the top of the canyon. This image is not featuring any light beam but I like the glow and the tones, especially the purple reflections on the curved sandstone walls in the foreground. Slot canyons are challenging to photograph as they are […]


White Tail Deer – Great Smoky Mountains

We drove a few hundred miles southbound along the Appalachian Mountains at the end of last week. The kids had a few days off for President Day and we took this opportunity to discover the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Most of the US National Parks, especially the very famous ones like Grand Canyon, Yellowstone […]