My name is Wouter. I'm a Belgian, living and working in Vietnam, together with my wife and two sons.
I started this blog in 2015 as a personal photographic narrative of our life in Vietnam. The blogging was a bit of an on-and-off affair until now, but this year (2018) I decided to become more active and to expand it with an online portfolio of images created in my spare time.
Expect cliches and surprises, smiles and tears, concrete and forests. Hopefully you'll enjoy looking around here as much as I did clicking the shutter.
This is a photography blog and to be honest, I like photo gear. I know a camera is only a tool, but the way this tool is shaped, operates and fits in the hand does play an important role in capturing an image.
My main camera nowadays is the nimble yet excellent Ricoh GRII. Furthermore I happily own and use a Fuji X-T20 with a range of Fuji's brilliant primes and zooms.
However, I'm afraid I haven't reached the end of my search for the 'perfect' camera system just yet. Expect updates and blog posts chronicling the way forward.