Sentry Hill

Sentry hill is the highest point on the Dutch side of the island of St Maarten in the Caribbean. An hour and a half of hiking and sometimes climbing, are necessary to reach this point. A challenging trail for a beautiful reward of a view at the end.

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Saint Martin – Natural reserve of Pinel island

Saint Martin island in the Caribbean. At the first plan you can see “Pinel island” which is just in front of “Cul de sac”, one of the residential area but also part of the natural reserve.Far on the left side you can see Orient Beach which is recognized as one of the most beautiful beach in […]

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The lost souls

We are at “la pointe des Froussards”. The sun is rising, the time is stopping. The lost souls of the pirates leave the beach where they spent the night and return into the sea where their wreck is waiting for them…

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Paradise… After the rain

Goes to Anse Marcel on “chemin des froussards” and as soon that I reached the spot where I decided to install the tripod it started to rain “cats and dogs” during more than 10mn. Right after the rain I was so wet that I had to dry myself in first. Then the light made her show […]

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“Flying shark” is landing

Juliana airport is one of the most famous spot for airplane photographers. It is situated in between the sea and the lagoon of St Maarten island in the Caribbean. Just where I was standing to shoot is the Sunset Beach Bar which has cold beers and big burgers. What else 🙂

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Iguana Rex!

The Green Iguana is not the endemic species of the West Indies. It’s been introduced from central America and took over the former Iguana of the Caribbean who is now endangered. It’s rare to encounter the local Iguana anymore since the Green Iguana is really everywhere on the island. This animal coming from another age […]

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The birds

Walking early morning gives often the opportunity to watch the nature at her most beautiful time. The sunrise provide to the birds the perfect light to show us a splendid spectacle.

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Sorry guys, but today it’s my turn!

On the field for a landscape cession, 3 brown boobys (“Fou brun” in French) decided to land in the frame. This one was particularly calling for a portrait cession and I was not able to resist to her beautiful eyes. Lying down on the rock I approached more and more. It was a great time… […]

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Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.

Albert Einstein

Billingham Hadley small pro: The Full review

Two years ago, I bought the Billingham Hadley Pro for a trip to the Dominican Republic (here). It was my first post in my blog about a product and I can recognize that I enjoyed the experience. Since then, thanks to Billingham, I also made two others reviews: of the Hadley One (here) and the […]

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Billingham Rucksack 35: The full review!

Some bags in the market could get my attention and even my interest. However some critical points that I find essential for me made the list of winners to become really short. First, the bag has to be solid, well made, “looking good” and weatherproof by itself (means with no need of cover or any […]

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Billingham Hadley One: The full review!

It’s been one month now since I received the Billingham Hadley One. After a week, I published my first impression review here and since then I have used it on a daily basis for my work, some events and family time. Now, as promised, I will share with you my experience with this splendid bag. As said previously, my choice brought me towards the […]

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Billingham Hadley Pro review in the Caribbean

It might sound strange to some people but finding the perfect camera bag is not an easy task. A bag that can be used at any time, in the street, at the restaurant, when going by a friend, when travelling or simply when going to work. I tried several models and brand, size and material. […]

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