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After my little adventure walk in the Šunikov vodni gaj (Šunik Water Grove) and the mossy stream Šunik I looked at another waterfall on the way home.
Nach meinem kleinen Abenteuerspaziergang im Šunikov vodni gaj (Šunik Wasserhain) und dem moosigen Bach Šunik habe ich mir auf dem Heimweg noch einen
I am back with my favorite series on this blog - this time I want to take You to short walk on the beach - not just a normal beach - unique, magical one! This beach has a lot to offer for everyone, not only photographers, every time of the year, so it is not a big surprise it is one of
This is 12 year old Ethiopian mountain farmer, Dereje (pronounced Derejay). He was the main character in a BBC film that I worked on a while back.
His family's farm is located high in the Semien Mountains where they grow barley on the locality's stee
Celebrating free day in 1st May, I spent 2 days outdoor. Searching for interesting location, not so far from me, I picked Devrefjell-Sunndalsfjella national park in mid. Norway.
It is situated between two other national parks: Trollheimen and Rondane - around 40 km south from Oppdal.
With this article we take a little break from my world travel series. Last months I visited Morocco for 15 days and I just have to share some impressions and photos with you. For a long time it has been a dream of mine to visit and photograph the desert. While we travelled through Peru a few years a
It's summer, which means it's finally time for some overnighters in the Alps again. When it's hot down in the valleys, it's just great to breathe some fresh mountain air while enjoying a spectacular view.
The only problem with such trips into the Alps for me is that I only have time at the weekend -
We have already said goodbye to Iceland, but there is one more adventure to share. In April I was visited by my dear friends Wojtek and Barbara, who co-creates the blog Gone With the Frame. They brought along something that delighted my soul immensely - three analog cameras and nine films. Their arr
It is more than a week since I left Patagonia, but wi-fi has really been a challenge. Sometimes it is just not fast enough. Or it simply disappeared! Another highlight during my 10 days stay in Patagonia has without no doubt been the Perito Moreno Gl
Two years ago I made a film with a Nenets family in Yamal Peninsula, Siberia.
The idea was to travel with them and their herd of reindeer for 3 weeks as part of their 1500km yearly migration.
We chose December as the time to do this because we were a