EL HIERRO, the youngest, smallest and most westerly of the Canary Islands: a black volcanic land of sheer cliffs. It imbues us with sensations of a distant land, isolation and mystery. A feeling of solitude emanates from this black lava, these crypts assaulted by the violence of the ocean. What enigmas lie behind these caves and basins, the result of a frozen magma tangle?


Retired for a few years now, I’m perfecting my photography skills at L’Atelier Contraste in Etterbeek. I particularly enjoy street photography, but also landscapes. Amateur photographer.