On December 26 2004, a devastating earthquake with magnitude of 9.3, the second biggest ever recorded in history, hit at 30km of depth in the waters of the Indian Ocean, very close the shores of the city of Banda Aceh, located in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia. The earthquake hit hard at 7:30 am local time, causing… Read More
I remember during my last year of high school, I did a 3-month research about tribes around the world. I was always fascinated with the fact that there are still people out there who live the same way (or almost) as they did hundreds of years ago. The Mentawai people live across the island of… Read More
Just finished an amazing week in Vietnam. I am so happy to have discovered such a hidden gem in a touristy country like Vietnam. People here are truly humble, friendly, welcoming and HAPPY. Children here don’t play with iPhones or tablets. Instead, they play with mud, animals, sticks, rocks, in the river. Kids in developed… Read More
For me, portraiture is about capturing the soul behind the eyes of the subject in order to transmit feelings to the viewer. Visiting such a remote part of Vietnam gives endless possibilities and I am happy to be one of the few that has gone to this place. People here are unique, their happiness and… Read More
Pretty sick night shooting the Milky Way in Vietnam! The other two glowing points that you see are other two galaxies, so I got three galaxies in one single shot! Nice!
Today was so awesome! So here I am, in My Can Chai, which is supposed to have some of the most beautiful terrace fields in Asia, and yet it’s not known by most travellers. They say that almost all tourists that wanna see the rice fields in Vietnam go to Sapa (I went there in… Read More
This is a portrait I took of a young monk in Myanmar during one of the stops that we did on our way to the mountains by train, considered one of the most beautiful train rides in the world, only!! 13 beautiful hours of train. I was supposed to be flying to Vietnam today but… Read More
This is a shot I took during the twilight of our first night in Laraung Gar, the biggest buddhist academy in the world, located over 4000m above the sea level, hosting between 25 and 50 thousand monks and nuns. As I mentioned in another post, this place started to be forbidden to foreigners a couple… Read More