The Wounded Shooting Star

When thinking of Barcelonas must-sees, many people think first of its architectural icons such as the Sagrada Familia by Gaudí. A close second is probably the sea and sandy beaches. So it comes at no surprise that the Barceloneta neighbourhood is a popular place among tourists and locals alike as … Continue readingThe Wounded Shooting Star

Entertaining Bishkek

The first stationary circus in the region opened in 1877 in St. Petersburg and soon after the Russian Revolution developed from entertainment for the aristocracy to a high art form that could be compared to the opera or the famous Russian ballet. The Russian Circus gained recognition all over the … Continue readingEntertaining Bishkek

Exhibition Announcement

I love to see how other people approach photography and create artworks on film! And one way of exploring works of lesser-known photographers is the website feature shoot – and the most fun part of this initiative for me is the Print Swap. Everyone who is interested can submit a … Continue readingExhibition Announcement

Cats of Istanbul

Istanbul is a bustling place, full of people, but it doesn’t take long to notice that there are almost as many cats roaming the streets of this metropolis bridging Eastern and Western worlds. Cats have been living in Istanbul since the times of the Ottoman Empire. They arrived on merchant … Continue readingCats of Istanbul

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