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Florence

Florence is situated right in the hart of Tuscany, Italy surrounded by the hills of the Apennines. Over the centuries its look was shaped by aristocratic families like the Medici, who not only nurished the arts and sciences in the city, but also understood the power and beauty of architecture. At sunset especially the shades and forms of the city […]

Greek Series: The Cyclad Islands

The Cyclad islands derive their name from the Greek word for circle – Cyclos. The term refers to the ring-like shape they form within the island archipelago of Greece. If they are a ring indeed the diamond has to be Santorini. The island, actually being the caldera of a Volcano eruption in ancient times, is as […]

Greek Series: The Peloponnes

On the footsteps of Odysseus, just a couple of thousands years later we traveled through Greece. Though we didn’t see any giants or met any sea gods, we visited many beautiful places and saw a great deal of ancient artifacts. Some of which actually may have also been seen by the real person behind the […]

Japan

The land of the rising sun is an endearing place, on the one hand it seems familiar because of the Japanese media, anime and video games we consume in the West, but on the other hand the place is very strange and seems different in many ways. Most and foremost Japan is a beautiful country […]

Lisbon

From November 2014 until April 2015 I had the privilege to live and work in the beautiful city of Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. On the weekends I took the opportunity to discover various districts and use my free time for photography. Lisbon – or Lisboa is a great town full of color and history, yet lively and […]

Norway

In the summer of 2016 I spend a couple of weeks in magnificent Norway. The following photography series are dedicated to this wild yet so endearing country. Nature of Norway Norway in Fog The Far North Land of the Vikings

Porto

Porto is truly a magnificent city. Though unmistakably Portuguese, it is quite different from Lisbon. Obviously Porto is much smaller then the sprawling Metropole in the south, but that’s just the obvious difference. While Lisbon is more polished and colorful, Porto has a more rugged feeling – ochre color tones being much more prevalent in the […]

Portugal

Most travelers of Portugal know Lisbon, some go to the Algarve in the south. Mainly for classic beach vacations in holiday resorts. Not as well known though is the natural and northern part of the country. Laying open to the grand Atlantic Ocean, the Portuguese coast seems endless with steep cliffs and beautiful sand beaches. As the […]

South of the Caucasus

In June 2014 I got the opportunity to visit Georgia and Armenia. These are two rather small countries south of the Caucasus mountain range, equipped with long and dramatic histories. They have distinct cultures with own alphabets and Christian traditions. While Armenia is a landlocked country, a mountainous place, historically depending of trade, Georgia is situated in between the northern […]

The Afternoon Project: London

Being on a conference trip in London in November 2013 for one weekend I didn’t have much spare time to enjoy the city be itself. So there was just one sunday afternoon to dive into the urban jungle of the British capital. Equipped with my camera I wandered around Westminster, Trafalgar up to Paddington where I had […]

The City of Augsburg

In February 2014 I participated in a two-week scholarship program at the University of Augsburg, Germany. The city has a long civic tradition as a place of trade between Germany and Italy, which made Augsburg quite a wealthy town. Although the city suffered a lot of destruction during the second world war, the wealth of historic times […]

The Silk Road

In April 2014 I had the chance to take part in a trip to Central Asia. The country I met, Usbekistan, was as foreign and exotic as it gets. At the same time it was one of the most beautiful and enchanting places I have ever visited. It was truly another world I had the chance to […]

Vienna in Late 2013

As the leaves turn yellow and the city gets all gloomy Vienna enters a very special time of the year. It’s the time when Sigmund Freud once walked through the opulent streets of the first district while figuring out the details of dream interpretation, making sense of all the nightmares his patients described to him […]

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