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Women working in a tea factory, Nuwara Eliya

The Life of Sri Lanka - exploring and documenting some daily moment

Travelling and exploring Sri Lanka will let you getting to know lovely people who love their country and daily life. They also want you to love their country – and be an active part of their daily life.

The Laugh and Life of Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka offers stunning views and amazing landscapes. Also, it offers one of the most warm hearted and generous people I have yet talked to. You really can feel the love for their country, the proud in their life. They often want you to be part of it – interacting, experiencing. Living Sri Lankan life as much as it’s possible for a tourist. In general: Confusing, overwhelming and stunning. Harsh, loud and peaceful. Tons of impressions which might take some time to fully understand. It might surprise how much it really needs to calm down and enjoy life.
Like I said before: Don’t rush and take your time. This life isn’t fast anyway.


People being people - Laugh and Life of Bali

Travelling Bali. Exploring a country. Discovering a soul.

Every now and then, someone opens a door. It’s up to yourself to realize and walk through it. People being themselves in Candidasa, Ubut, Karangasem, Padangbai, Bedoegoel. Anywhere.

 

 


Portraits of people being people

Portraits of people. Not a single landscape included.

I hardly don’t do publish personal documentary / street / urban / people photography. This time, I do. All of them are coworkes, doing people things. Except working though.

 

 


Manets Breakfast. People staring at Edinburgh, Scotland

People staring at things in Edinburgh, Scotland

People staring at things – current edition from Edinburgh, Scotland.

People staring at things in the National Gallery of Scotland, from Arthur’s Seat high above Edinburgh, Scotland. Noone staring at anything at the National Portrait Gallery.


Strasbourg Cathedral, Interieur

The Black Forest and the architecture

The Black Forest and the architecture: A photographic journey to the All Saints’ Abbey, Alpirsbach Abbey and Strasbourg Cathedral.

The Roman Catholic Cathedral of Strasbourg (also known as the Strasbourg Minster) is the perfect start to a short trip through the Black Forest (German: Schwarzwald) to visit some of the most beautiful remains of medieval architecture. From the ruins of All Saints’ Abbey, a former Premonstratensian monastery near Oppenau, the trip leads us to the famour Alpirsbach Abbey.


Cisterna Basilica, Istanbul

The (historic) Architecture of Istanbul, Turkey

A photographic survey of the most popular architecture of Istanbul, Turkey: Hagia Sophia, Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque) and Cisterna Basilica.

 


A photographic snatch of Istanbul, Turkey


#nopediga #platzdaMUC Munich, Germany