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Photo-Essays

These are mainly photos taken at a specific location or belonging to a specific theme, accompanied by a short text description.

Black and white

January 23, 2018

There is something about black and white (B&W) photographs that is really special and I'm not sure what it is. While it no longer is the art of B&W photography and darkroom creativity, but rather i'll do more over the next few weeks and post them right here. [MORE...]

Exploring unexplored Timor Leste

December 11, 2017

This article appears in Globerovers December 2017 Somewhere in the world are still a few places where you can travel for days without seeing any fellow travellers! Timor-Leste, also known as East Timor, is not far north of Australia, though it feels like a world away. Here you will find a world not yet overrun by mass tourism. A place where the sight of a traveller is rare, in particular outside the capital, Dili, and … Read [MORE...]

Vintage way of life in Uruguay

December 11, 2017

This article appears in Globerovers December 2017 There are two countries that are paradise to lovers of vintage cars. The most well known being Cuba where a large proportion of the cars on the roads are classic cars from the 50’s. Cuba’s “love” for vintage cars was forced on them when President Fidel Castro banned the importation of foreign cars in 1959, and since then the island’s drivers have been stuck with whatever vehicles they … Read [MORE...]

Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula

December 11, 2017

This article appears in Globerovers December 2017 Alaska has a surface area of roughly 1.718 million km² which is unfathomable to most of us, but certainly bigger than you ever imagined. You know California is big! Well, you could fit California into Alaska four times! You also know that Texas is bigger than California. Guess what? You could fit Texas into Alaska twice! Alaska is bigger than Texas, California, and Montana combined! Rhode Island is … Read [MORE...]

North Korea Photos

November 15, 2017

This article appears in Globerovers December 2017 At the top of the attractions list is to watch a few local TV stations! All North Korean television stations are propaganda machines, promoting the Worker’s Party position and demonising all things Western. The typical programming includes news (watch out for the famous lady Ri Chu–hee), revolutionary operas, patriotic music, marching bands, army choirs, documentaries about the Worker’s Party, military parades, locally produced movies, and lately a lot of footage showing Marshall Kim Jong-un and his very … <a [MORE...]
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