Natural Phenomena : Behind the lens
The Door to Hell
It is a gas fire in Turkmenistan accidentally inflamed by scientists in 1971 and still burning.
It is a weather phenomenon that is related to the production of lightning in a volcanic plume.
Great Blue Hole
It is a large submarine sinkhole off the coast of Belize, over 300m across and 124m deep.
The area of rugged California coastline and wild mountains is known as Big Sur. It contains many rare and endangered species such as the wild orchid Piperia yadonii…
Green flashes and green rays, are a very rare optical phenomenon that occurs at sunrise or sunset, and shows a green dot on its top for several seconds.
Fossilized dinosaur eggs, eel baskets turned to stone during a mythological shipwreck or an alien meteorite, The New Zealand Moeraki Boulders have long puzzled locals and tourists.
And more undiscovered natural phenomena...
In a normally predisposed site, a natural disaster is the pernicious effect of a more or less violent and even a paroxysmal natural event on the normal course of a geodynamics phenomenon; earthquake, volcanic eruption, tsunami, landslides, floods, storm , cyclones…When ignored, underestimated and/or not well forcast, their impacts on the arrangements, structures and people of vulnerable human settlements exposed to a “natural” risk whether it’s identified or not, could be very dangerous and even deadly
Photography is able to fix, in a split second, an absolutely realistic image, with all the details of the moment and a unbelievable lighting atmosphere, that would be quite different a few minutes later. A good landscape photography is always unique and not reproducible. If it is really good, it can hardly be copied with a better shot! When you intensely care about beautiful cliches that can be admired in exhibitions, galleries or art works, photographing nature with a master’s eye is the best shortcut for you to achieve what you’re aiming for.