CareLess Summer Days

In Kyrgyzstan, horses are an essential part of everyday life. They are a means of transport, a source of milk and meat, hard co-workers on the fields, and good friends, too. Naturally, kids in the countryside learn to ride a horse very early in life. If you have ever seen … Continue readingCareLess Summer Days

Symbolic Sakura

In Japan, sakura – the cherry blossoms – have many symbolic meanings: Cherry blossoms, like spring itself, is a symbol of renewal. In Japanese culture, they stand for beauty, hope and new life. Every year the circle of life starts again and is at its most beautiful in spring when … Continue readingSymbolic Sakura

Fading away

Jökulsarlon in Iceland is breathtakingly beautiful – even on cold and rainy days like the one in the picture. But who knows how long we can still enjoy the icy structures and wintry colours? The adjoining glacier is retreating fast and one day only a large fjord will remain where … Continue readingFading away