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Kings Canyon National Park - California.
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Durant ma session photo en vendée en mai 2012 je suis allé à l'embouchure de la gachère. Cette vague de sable se forme et disparait à chaque marée. Elle se forme entre l'embouchure du havre de la gachère et le ruisseau provenant de la plage. Une rencontre surprenante entre la couleur chaude du sable et celle, froide, du ciel orageux!

During my photo session in vendée (west of france) in may 2012 I have gone to see the harbour of the river "La Gachère". This sand wave is shaping each day between the harbour and the creek coming from the beach. It was a surprinsing meeting between the warm color of sand and the cold one of this stormy sky!

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Aoraki the Cloud Piercer (Mount Cook) imaged moments after the sun had set off the west coast of New Zealand. You can see the last light illuminating the top third of Aoraki.

I have never scampered up a mound or a hill composed of loose morraine as fast as I did this evening in the freezing cold to capture the last few rays of light bathing this almost mythical place.

Aoraki is the tallest mountain in New Zealand, standing about 3.8 km tall. I wish to climb it some day.

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We came here on our first night in Iceland. The wind was very strong which make it hard to get sharp shots and keep the tripod steady, but I managed to get a few I was happy with. This was made up of 6 vertical photos - 3 for the land & 3 for the sky, then merged in Photoshop. On the left the sun is setting, on the right the moon is rising.

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Glenorchy Lagoon
New Zealand

Our time spent around Lake Wakatipu was characterised by clear conditions which meant freezing mornings. This led to the marsh grasses freezing over and layers of mist over the water surfaces in the early morning. Charlotte was asleep on my back for the whole time we were out here but hopefully she took in some of the freshness of the whole experience from just being there :) Marianne was also out and about taking pictures which I will have to bug her to post here !


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The last bit of the daylight bathes the Mont Blanc and its neighboring mountains in a fascinating light. Europe’s highest mountain is reflected in a small mountain lake not far from the ‘Aiguillette du Brevent’.

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Key Summit
Fiordland National Park
New Zealand

Moonrise over the Humboldt Mountains. Taken at 9:55pm, this was the very last shot I took from up at the Key Summit before heading back down to the carpark at the Divide. Any remaining colours soon diminished as the sun dipped further below the horizon and on the way back down the track, my Dad spotted several possums, had this been a hunting trip we would have done our bit for conservation, can't have them destroying NZ's pristine environment... pity we were only armed with our led lensers!! :D

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Athabasca Glacier
Columbia Icefields, Jasper National Park


The sky literally exploded with light that morning! The forever snow seemed to catch fire with glow. Amazing morning!



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Lake Pukaki
New Zealand

The drive from Lake Tekapo to Mount Cook/Aoraki National park was one of the highlights of our trip. Unfortunately, our little girl was in a particularly grizzly mood during the drive so we couldn't stop for long but this blueness of the lake combined with incoming snow storms, sunlight and autumn foilage all just came together at various parts of the drive. Once we were in the mountains, the weather was inclement.

The 'reel' of every single shot we took is compiled here in 12 minutes!
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