Winter Wonderland by Tom Henderix

All images made in Niagara Falls, the days before Christmas.

All images shot on the Fujifilm X-T2, XF16/1.4 & XF50-140/2.8.

Behind the Falls by Tom Henderix

A look behind the glamour of Niagara Falls, shot during low season.

The glitz is soon lost if you stray a couple hundred yards from the main attraction…

All images shot on the Fujifilm X-Pro2 & XF35/2

Yaounde streets by Tom Henderix

A quick glimpse on the streets of Yaounde, Cameroon.

Fujifilm X-PRO2, XF35/2.

Pot of gold by Tom Henderix

I went to the end of the rainbow and found a pot of gold… or at least a golden sunset…

All taken near a massive 200km long squall line over Yaounde, Cameroon.

All shots taken on the Fujifilm X-PRO2 with the XF35/2.

Been a while by Tom Henderix

Ocean currents creating a huge vortex, near the coast of Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador.

Time for an update, random shots from the past couple of months. Enjoy!

Navigating through the gaps in a huge squall line, near Bamako, Mali.

Nothing can top a nice sunrise after a long night. Near Switserland.

All images shot on the Fujifilm X-Pro 2 and XF35/2.

Over the Sahara by Tom Henderix

Daytime and nighttime flying doesn't help much with taking shots from my office in the Airbus A330. Ideal time to shoot is dawn and dusk, and preferably not at cruising altitude, so as to be among the clouds, not above them. Still, the Sahara does sometimes grant us a glimpse at it's sheer vastness and beauty...

My favourite part of the flights to Africa, enjoying the blood red sand dunes of southern Algeria.

The Richat Structure, also know as the Eye of the Sahara. It's not often we get to see this, as most of the time it's covered by a layer of haze or low clouds. The north part of Mali is not a good place for tourism right now, so we'll just have to enjoy it from cruising altitude.

Crescent moon rising

Empire State by Tom Henderix

I was lucky enough to find myself near the Empire State Building at dusk and with not a single person waiting in the qeue to go to the top. Lucky me on such a short layover in New York.

 

 

Finally, an update to the blog... by Tom Henderix

As you may have noticed, I haven't updated this blog in a while now. I had surgery of the knee in September and was out of service for two months. Things have been hectic ever since, and work has been piling up. But fret not, some new work has finally found it's way online.

Let's start of with some furniture shopping in Yaounde, Cameroon.

All images shot on the Fuji X-T2 with the XF35/2.

Monrovia, Liberia by Tom Henderix

A several dozen mile long squall line coming in from the south while on approach into Monrovia, Liberia. The fast moving cloud cover combined with an African sunset makes for some epic views. Too bad a plane can't hover in place so we could enjoy the view a bit longer...

Fujifilm X-Pro 2 & XF 35/2.