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Taken from the current tallest (of three sky scrapers in Singapore towering at 280m held since the 80's). The view was made so much more amazing with these Godly rays spewing all over the sky. It was intense with the possibilities of rain coming but thankfully, that never happened and I got to shoot everything I needed!

The title of tallest will not be held for much longer as there will be a new champion of the skies in 2016 belonging to Tanjong Pagar Centre.

Here's to the three kings of Singapore!

Camera Info:
Canon 5d Mk 3 | Samyang 14mm f2.8 ED AS IF UMC | ISO 100 | f 11.0 | focal length 14mm (4 tile, 5 exposure HDR vertorama blend)

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Swissotel looks tiny when you're on top of Singapore's tallest view able location.

Camera Info:
Canon 5d Mk 2 | Canon 24-70 f2.8L Mk1 | ISO 100 | 1/125 sec | f 9.0 | focal length 32mm (single shot raw processing)

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Taken in Valle Imagna.

Italian Alps, Lombardia, Italy.

Don't use these images without my written permission.
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Il est difficile pendant l'enfance de se rendre compte de ce à quoi on tient vraiment. On s'attache à des objets, des personnes ou des souvenirs sauvegardés sur un disque dur. Puis l'objet se casse, la personne disparaît ou s'éloigne. On se perd de vue, on perd ses repères. 
Avoir des repères. C'est ce qui nous permet de nous sentir appartenir à quelque chose, avoir un ancrage quelque part, des racines auxquelles se raccrocher lorsque le reste semble s'écrouler. Ce qui permet la stabilité de l'esprit à long terme, sans doute.
Mais ce qui nous procure la joie, le bonheur au quotidien... C'est une autre histoire. Ce sourire de l'inconnu qu'on croise dans la rue, ce chant du merle au-dessus de nos têtes, l'odeur d'un champ d'herbes folles laissées libre de pousser. Ce regard croisé au hasard, cette phrase lue ou entendue qui nous marque et que l'on retiendra ou non... Ces picotements dans le coeur lorsqu'on se sent inspirer une bouffée d'air frais, lorsqu'on ne peut s'empêcher de sourire, un sourire que les grincheux appelleront niais mais que j'appellerai sincère ; lorsqu'enfin on s'aperçoit que l'on vient d'être témoin de quelque chose de beau.
Une véritable extase ; l'amour des choses simples.
Si pur qu'il nous éblouit de sa limpidité et de sa clarté.


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Lake and city of Geneva taken from the Salève at dawn, 18th August 2014.
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This picture is panoramic stitch of 6 images: 4 for ground part (HDR from 3 exposures) and 2 for sky (single exposure). Moscow, district Teply Stan, august 2014.
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