01Jan

Golden Langur

Golden Langur

I met some groups of the rare and very endangered Golden Langurs in Bhutan while visiting the Zhemgang area. It is a mountainous country with lush forests where they like to jump from tree to tree. The construction of bridges on the rivers allowing  the langurs to cross on the other sides has caused a […]


20Mai

Easter Island – Moaï

Easter Island – Moaï

Rapa Nui is the local name of Easter Island, famous by its mystery Moai statues The Moaïs are supposed to be the representation of the Chief of a clan or his Ancestor There are about 887 Moaïs on Rapa Nui. The culture Rapa Nui was at the top between 880 after JC to around 1680. […]


27Avr

Natural Bonsai

Natural Bonsai

This picture shows miniature trees at the top of the volcanic chimney. What is surprising is that they are in fact adult birch trees of may be 20 years old or more. They should be of 20 to 30 m height with a trunk circumference between 40 to 60 cm. The composition of the chimney […]


27Déc

Africa – Zimbabwe

Africa – Zimbabwe

Little Makalolo in Hwange National Park was a great place to see wildlife. The lodge is situated near a pond with a fantastic hide. I spent hours there looking at every movement from birds to mammals. It was hot, quite peaceful, with just few birds drinking. I was nearly wondering me what I was waiting […]


04Déc

The Panama Canal

The Panama Canal

In 1502, Christophe colon arrives at the Panama Isthmus. In 1510 Spain begins the colonization, but it is in 1880 that Ferdinand de Lesseps inaugurates the beginning of the works. The disease and the bad administration led to a financial bankrupt in 1889. In 1894, a new Canal Company begins the construction of a canal […]


04Déc

The Panama Canal

The Panama Canal

The Panama Canal is long of 80km connecting the Atlantic to the Pacific; it goes trough the mountains and is at 95m above sea level. It takes about 8 to 10 hours for a boat to cross it. The canal is constituted of 3 main parts: the Gatun Lake which is the result of an […]


28Oct

Surprising Gabar Goshawk South-Tanzania (Africa)

Surprising Gabar Goshawk  South-Tanzania (Africa)

  The Gabar Goshawks belong to birds of prey. They live in couples during the breeding period and “divorce” after to assume alone their own life… When making its nest, it has been noticed that the Gabar Goshawk tries to keep spider webs around the nest to hide it and also to protect its chicks […]


11Oct

Zambia – Strange Hippo in Kafue NP.

Zambia – Strange Hippo in Kafue NP.

We were on a safari in Zambia, Kafue National Park, the sunset was beautiful when we stopped near a pond to look around about animals as usual. Everything was quiet; there was nothing special until one hippo strolling around decided to go into the water. Its bath was then quite surprising! It began suddenly to […]



03Août

South Tanzania – Cheetah with cubs

South Tanzania – Cheetah with cubs

In Africa, Cheetah lives in open areas like savannah, from there it can better observe its future preys, like impalas when hunting and it also has an overview on possible predators overall when it has cubs. Most of the time, if there is a rocky bump, the cheetah sits at the top to look around. […]