Few months ago, thanks to my friend Dana's beautiful blog SheWalksSoftly, I stumbled upon the magnificent HDR photos of Trey Ratcliffe. As Ratcliffe says, "HDR (High Dynamic Range) it's a post processing task of taking either one image or a series of images, combining them and adjusting the contrast ratios to do things virtually impossible with a single aperture and shutter speed." Techical explanations aside, Ratcliffe's works are really astounding and if you're an 'images junky' like me, you can't miss Ratcliffe's site, packed with mouth-watering photos from all over the world, infos about HDR and much more. Strongly recommended.
(Photos shown: Borobudur, Indonesia. Bangkok, Kyoto, Agra, Paris. Click on photos to see in original format)