Chill time in Bali


We decided to have a short stop over in Bali on this trip to Prince John Dive Resort in Donggala on Western Sulawesi. Even though I’m jet-lagged I really do enjoy the fresh Bintang beer while watching the waves on Kuta beach. It goes without saying that our first move in the hotel was up …

Climate change


A lot of people are talking about climate change. I witnessed it personnally during my stay in Austria last month. We were visiting the Grossglockner glacier. A funicular carries tourists down to the foot of the glacier….well down where the glacier used to be! From there you still have to hike for a while to …

Photo Expo in Luxembourg City


Rumi – “Don’t wait any longer. Dive in the ocean, Leave and let the sea be you.” If you happen to stroll through Luxembourg-City you might get a glimpse on a small expo on some of my Underwater photography work. Eight images are exposed at Optique Rodenbourg. Si vous vous promenez à Luxembourg -Ville vous …

The Moonrise


Tonight I went out to shot the stars despite a rising moon. The fields were golden coloured and a few thin clouds illuminated the sky. A lot of farmers were still out at work late after midnight

Upper Sure lake from above


I finally found the panorama vista I was looking for. A viewpoint to catch most of the Upper Sure Lake. I took some images in the early evening and then at night. Most of the images are panoramas stitched together in Kolor’s AutoPano Pro. Here are the early evening images Then came the night with …

Under the Milkyway


Yesterday night we had perfect conditions to photograph the night sky. No clouds and the moon only rose after midnight. So we went out in the fresh summer night to capture the MilkyWay

Venus and Jupiter….and the moon


Last month two planets were moving closer to each other every day. It was easy to watch them as Venus and Jupiter were the first stars to be seen in the early night sky to the West. On June 17 this was what I get through the clouds. On June 19 the moon came to …