Something fun in our bungalow in Vietnam. They call it Bali Style !
Straight from the camera. After a bit more than a month, I can now say that I really like my 50mm/f1.2L ! On par with another favourite lens of mine, the 16-35mm/f2.8L.
Phew ! My 356 best shots from Vietnam – where we spent Christmas – are now online… Have a nice weekend everyone. Back to work on Monday on my side !
Delicious rice noodles – picture from my Saigon Gallery. Oddly, Pho (Phở) is quite a recent dish that originated in the early 20th century in northern Vietnam, where cooks sought to please both Vietnamese (with local rice noodles) and French tastes (cattle were beasts of burden before the French arrived, not usually a source of ...
Truly an amazing place to visit in Vietnam. More images »
The Jade Emperor Pagoda in Saigon is dark, smoky, dusty and frankly a bit spooky !
The 50mm/f1.2L in action in the Cho Ben Thanh Market (follow the link for a complete gallery). I hesitated a lot before leaving for Vietnam : should I bring the 24-105mm only or 16-35mm + 50mm ? Well, I opted for the later and when looking at the photos, I think it was a good ...
Hard to keep track of how much you’re actually spending with so many digits ! Hopefully, that’s not where the Euro is heading…
My best shots of this remarkable hotel in Saigon.
Back from 8 wonderful days in Vietnam with around ~950 photos to sort… In the meantime, here is one of a beautiful sunset in Mui Ne ! More to come… :)
An unexpected find in the Post Office of Saïgon !