The column of the sky #02
Thyssenkrup Test Tower - Rottweil (Germany)

Retrospective 2016-2018 Preview (Extract)

You can download here a PDF file as a preview of the book.

Welcome to this site, which presents my favourite photos.

I am a 61 year old amateur photographer living in the suburbs of Geneva (Switzerland).

I only started to use a "real" camera, which my father lent to me, at the beginning of 2016.  (I had previously used a simple smartphone for photography). I later acquired a Canon EOS5D MarkIV to be able to use all the lenses that my father bequeathed to me.

As an architect, I am particularly attracted by buildings or bridges with strong contrasts, colours and interesting details, but also like to focus on small objects such as a flower or a piece of electrical wire.

I would describe myself in three words : passionate, curious and eclectic !

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Many thanks for having visited my site.

Amicably yours,



16. Jan, 2019

New publications on

Great honor today made by ther admins of famous photography platform : my 6th picture published... So proud of it

22. Nov, 2018

New publication !

Christmas comes much earlier for me this year... :-)
It's an incredible honor for me to announce that Camerapixo Editions just published a retrospective (2016-2018) of my photos of architecture.
Follow the link to order your hard copy...

18. Nov, 2018

Number of visitors

Unbelievable : more than 61'500 people visited this site till today ! One day before my birthday, it's an incredible joy, so thanks everybody for coming, I hope you had the same pleasure to look at my work than I had to prepare it ! And one more time : don't hesitate to leave me a comment on the dedicated page...

15. Sep, 2018

The art of cropping (update)

If you are searching for a simple and powerful method to crop and to frame any kind of picture, just follow the link and enjoy. Feedbacks on my home-made tool will be highly appreciated :-)