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The old Embassy event took place early November 2007 in the premises of the embassy of Belgium in Tokyo as an artistic celebration of the reconstruction of the embassy facilities.
Some of our panoramic images of the embassy were displayed during this event
Light of earths refers to a photographic exhibiton that was held in Tokyo Shinjuku in February 2007. It was the first public display of our work in Japan.
The 20 images exhibited were focussing on the impact of seasons on Japanese scenery.
Having lived in Japan for about 10 years, I have a natural interest for the breathaking scenery waiting for those daring to escape from blade runner Tokyo.
The images in this set have been taken mostly in Honshuu and Hokkaidou.
Tokyo has been home for many years, but it never ceases to amaze me. The violently graphic dimension of the city at night is a clear departure from the soft colors I often focus on in my landscape work, but I find it very appealing nonetheless.
Many a foreigner arriving in Japan expects his romantic ideas of samurais and geisha to bear some element of truth. It takes some research, but many bits of old Japan still exist amidst the cities or in more remote aeras.
The Kumbhu area of Nepal hosts half of the world's highest mountains.
A 3 weeks trek in April 2008 provided tremendous photographic opportunities.
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Angkor is an amazing collection of cities and temples built between the 10th and 12th centuries by the Khmer empire.
This set focus on the beauty of Angkor during the wet monsoon months.
China has meant mostly Pekin and Shanghai to me for many years, but this set is a clear proof that Chinese natural places are well worth a look as well.
I have to confess that I would have settled in New-Zealand already had the place been a bit less remote. This set features some classical pieces of Newzie grandeur.
The national parks of the american South west is probably the most photographed natural area on earth. The San Juan river being more difficult to access has received a lot less coverage but is also brethakingly beautiful as this set testifies.