Photography by Quang-Tuan Luong

Recently I am busy in finding a job, making some interviews. So the update on this site is somehow delayed. Today I found some terrific photographies by Quang-Tuan Luong.

Born in France, from Vietnamese parents, he was originally trained as a scientist (Ecole Polytechnique X84, PhD University of Paris), who made a few contributions to the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing.

Twenty years ago, his life was transformed by the wilderness of mountains. Now he is a photographer, so we have chance to see all his beautiful photos. :)

So, enjoy!

AT: http://www.terragalleria.com

US National Parks

QT Luong has photographed in extraordinary detail each of the 58 US National Parks, resulting in this unique collection of more than 4000 pictures.

North America

From sea to shining sea, the natural landscapes and cities of Canada, Mexico, and the USA including an extensive California gallery.

Asia and Israel

The surprising people, traditional culture, and temples of Japan, South-West China, India, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar.


Historic cities and small towns of Belgium , France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, full of ancient ruins, monuments, fountains, castles, churches, cathedrals, old homes and streets.


A variety of tropical images from Australia and the islands of American Samoa and Hawaii.

Mountain Adventure

Alpinism in the heart of the Alps, Waterfall ice climbing, Big wall climbing in Yosemite, Expedition on Mt McKinley, Traveling Alaska's wilderness, High Sierra.

Studio images

The first of a series of studio artistic interpretations of nature subjects features orchids, the most diverse group of all flowering plants.


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