#Panoramic

Summertime

Posted on Jun 25, 2017 in Landscape

Less adventurous holidays, family holidays. Spending time on near the sea and taking care of the loved ones. Shoot in Lavandou, south of France.

Desire

Posted on Jun 30, 2015 in Landscape

Hiking in the country side is really a way of living. Meeting your friends, walking on the top of a mountain, enjoying the view and going back and having a few beers. Maybe that’s the real life ? Shot from the top of the Millets (1886m).

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Nothing Changed

Posted on Mar 20, 2015 in Landscape

Sometimes I give myself a break during the week. As soon I get out of the job, I take my car and I go straight to the mountains. After a one hour of backcountry skiing and this kind of view your sleep is better. Shot last week, from the top of the Folly (1730m).

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Stolen Dance

Posted on Mar 25, 2014 in Landscape

Backcountry skiing (with ski skins) offers you the most beautiful landscapes during the winter season. You leave the city and after less than one hour you can feel yourself in the mountains. On this picture you can see the Dent de Lys (2104 m) and in the background the Vanils, a famous mountains chain that I plan to cross this summer. Shoot from the top of Teysachaux, Switzerland. (1909 m)

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Ho Hey

Posted on Oct 29, 2013 in Landscape

We start our hike from l’Erié and we climb to the summit of the Grand Chavalard (2899 m). We met some alpine Ibex and this view on the valley of Rhone. Shot above Fully, Valais, Switzerland.

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The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Posted on Aug 15, 2013 in Urban

No underground television network here. The broadcast is made over the air, that is explain all this antennas. The panorama from the top of the roof in this city is out of the time. Shot in Todescio neighbourhood, Sevilla, Spain.

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Something Biblical

Posted on Jul 1, 2013 in Landscape

We went on the top of one my favorite spot to have a outdoor dinner. During the meal the rain began. When we turned back we saw this rain clouds coming directly on us. We decided to climb down the mountain and going back home. It was a thrilling Tuesday evening. Shot from the top of the Dent de Jaman (1875 m), Switzerland.

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The Fabled City

Posted on Jan 17, 2013 in Landscape

My city, Lausanne after a snowy night. It was one of this cold day of winter, when the sun is low and the bright light beautify everything. Shot from the Montriond Hill, in Lausanne, Switzerland.

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Winter Winds

Posted on Dec 14, 2012 in Landscape

Another shot from the Lavaux, a few weeks later (see my previous post). This time, winter is coming. I tried to catch the unique atmosphere of this breathtaking place under the snow. It was a cold afternoon of december when the light went down very early in the day. Shot from the Route de la Corniche, near Epesses Switzerland.

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To Build a Home

Posted on Nov 6, 2012 in Landscape

During a perfect day of autumn, I went with a couple of friends in the Lavaux region. This area is part of the UNESCO world Heritage Sites since July 2007. You can cross the vineyards and enjoying the view on the Alps. On the left of the picture you can see, the Dent of Jaman (1875 m) , Tours d’Aï (2331 m) and the entry of the valley of Rhone. Shot from Chexbres, Switzerland.

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History book

Posted on Oct 9, 2012 in Landscape

The Aletsch Glacier, is the biggest glacier in the Alps. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage since 2001. There is an easy walk that you can do along this beautiful place, it is well named “The Glacier trail“. I made it with a friend of mine who have never seen any glacier before, she was so amazed at the end ! Shot from Bettmerhorn, Switzerland.

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Cold Summer

Posted on Sep 4, 2012 in Landscape

The Vatnajökull is a glacier. It’s one of the largest in area in Europe. It’s located in Skatafell National Park in Iceland. After a hiking trip with my friend we sat and had a meal with this breathtaking view.

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Block Party

Posted on Apr 20, 2011 in Urban

A nice place to party in the neighborhood of the Langstrasse in Zurich, Switzerland. Just around the corner you can find Riff Raff, an alternative cinema.

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Under a Deep Blue Sky

Posted on Mar 8, 2011 in Action

On the same day that the picture before, a panorama view from the Grimentz Snowpark. Big jumps in a beautiful landscape.

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What Goes Around Comes Around

Posted on Jan 25, 2011 in Landscape

It’s always hard to wake up early in the sunday morning but it’s often worth the effort.

Starting from Les Paccots, we went to Pralet then we reached the Col de Lys in Switzerland. At the top we enjoyed the view, the ambience, the effort… I try to recreate this feelings on this 360° panorama.

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Last Rays of The Day

Posted on Jan 5, 2011 in Landscape

Shot in Châtel-Sur-Montsalvens near Bulle, Switzerland. On a relax moment, taking fresh air after a Christmas meal. From this point of view surrounding the lake of Gruyère, you can see on the left : Le Moléson, on the right : Le Bifé and in between : Gibloux.

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Black and white are also Autumn’s colors

Posted on Nov 23, 2010 in Urban

Still in my street art serie, I found this incredible graffiti near an Art and Communication School in Lausanne, Switzerland. This panorama is composed of 6 pictures.

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Church with view

Posted on Oct 10, 2010 in Landscape

This is a panoramic landscape based on 24 pictures. It gives a view of the city of Copenhague in Denmark. Shot from the top of the Vor Frelsers Kirke (Church of Our Saviour) in Christianhavn.

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Look around

Posted on Sep 22, 2010 in Landscape

Twelve photos for my first panorama. Shot from the Grammont Mountain above Miex, Switzerland. This place is situated just above my previous image.

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