While autumn and its enchanting colours is coming to an end, here in Switzerland the first snowflakes are gently starting to cover the top of our mountains.
What a great time for me to bring you my photographic news, one of which, I know is eagerly awaited by many of you!
• Mountain Photo Workshops 2017 – dates are online
• 2017 "Swiss Alps" Calendar – available on my online shop
• Book MAJESTICS – finalist at the Banff Mountain Book Competition
Every year, I take great pleasure in sharing my passion through my photos workshops in the Swiss mountains. It is always a real satisfaction for me to see the participants finish these days with a big smile on their faces, and further more seeing them coming back the following year.
And I am sure 2017 will be no different. I am therefore very pleased to announce that the dates of my 2017 workshops are now available on my website here
. Registration are open!
Note that every year they fill up very quickly, so if you are interested, in order to avoid disappointment, I can only invite you to register
as early as possible.
To register please click here
While Christmas is already fast approaching, here's a gift idea that will perhaps bring happiness to your loved ones.
My 2017 calendar "Swiss Alps"
, like every year, consists of 12 panoramic photographs of the majestic Swiss mountains, that will accompany you peacefully throughout the year.
To order, please click here
You will also find it in all good bookshops around Switzerland.
My book “MAJESTICS”, published in October last year, was awarded in the famous Banff Mountain Book Competition (Canada). Although he did not reach the highest step on the podium, it honourably arrived in the last 3 finalists in the category "Mountain Image".
The 1’700 copies, distributed almost exclusively in the French part of Switzerland, are now almost sold out. Only a few copies are still available via my website
Given this surprising and welcome success, a second edition is currently under discussion for 2017.
Now that fall colours are fading nicely, only remains for us to patiently wait for the arrival of winter and its ephemeral white gold.
In the meantime, I leave you with this very recent image (above) of Val Piora valley in the Ticino Alps (Switzerland), a small haven of beauty.
Great light to you all.