A well-trained eye for over 30 years.


I was about 11 years old when I got a used Olympus OM, and 3 black and white films from my aunty in the mid-80s, I was ultimately enthusiastic about photography itself.
Years later, during my design and communication studies, I found the right professional approach to photography in the obligatory photography classes. 
The Olympus eventually became a Canon EOS 50E. Since then, I have been loyal to Canon for over 20 years.
Since 2012, my loving wife's wedding present was a Leica X2, which showed me that there is another league as well in the (photography)-cosmos.
For more than 2 years another toy was added to my toolbox - a Mavic Pro 2 from DJI. Such a fun and great gimmick.

Photography was, is, and will always be the main focus of my leisure time activities just capturing the fleeting moment. This also helps me in my work in the experience economy and marketing in general.

<p>Gullfoss waterfall, located in the canyon of the Hvítá river in southwest Iceland.</p>
<p>A sheep on the soccer field while playing a serious match. <br />A fully normal thing in Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>The ETH Zurich - so far 21 Nobel laureates, two Fields Medalists, two Pritzker Prize winners, and one Turing Award winner have been affiliated with the University.</p>
<p>Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>A Cheetah mother lets her cubs eat first after a successful hunt of an Impala, South Africa.</p>
<p>The ghost village of Al Madam, Sharja, UAE.</p>
<p>City-Center of Muscat, Oman.</p>
<p>Cape of Good Hope, South Africa.</p>
<p>Ortaköy Mosque Istanbul, Turkey.</p>
<p>Venice with my pinhole camera. </p>
<p>This picture is 1 of 9 (!) pictures I took during my whole stay in Venice in 1999. </p>
<p>I know it sounds silly to take only 9 pictures in total, but the thousands of mobile phone pictures you take nowadays don't look any better. </p>

EQUIPMENT.

 

Take a look into my tool-box.


But please don't think that I always carry all this stuff with me. Usually, I limit myself to one camera and - depending on the location - the DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone. The big toys (Canon EOS R6 + lenses) I only take along on explicit journeys or jobs.

Key learning: Good strong lenses are more important than a body. Period.

Cam-Bodies:

  • Canon EOS R6
  • DJI Mavic Pro2 + DJI Smart Controller
  • DJI Osmo Pocket 60p, 4K
  • Leica X2


Lenses:

  • Canon R-Mount Adapter
  • Canon EF 50 mm, f/1.4
  • Canon EF 35 mm, f/1.4
  • Canon EF 70 - 200 mm f/2.8 L IS
  • Canon EF 70 - 300 mm f/4.0-5.6 L IS USM
  • Canon EF-S 18 - 135mm f/3.5 - 5.6 IS USM
  • Multi-layer Coated Lens Filter ND4 ND8 ND16 ND32 UV CPL


Tripods:

  • Manfrotto Stativ Compact Light
  • Joby GorillaPod 3K Kit


Cases/Bags:

  • Herschel Rucksack Classic, Little America
  • Tineer water-resistant DJI Mavic Pro2 drone body Case
  • Tineer water-resistant DJI Smart Controller Case


Plus a few more photographic toys, tools, and gadgets to have fun with, like my DIY kit of a pinhole camera (wide-angle 6 x 6 – you can see the results at the bw-section) for analog medium format development, several lightboxes, and flashlights, or further filters and converters.

<p>The great pyramids of Giza, Egypt.</p>
<p>Abandoned stadium in Šiauliai, Lithuania.</p>
<p>Abandoned Hotel in Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>At the EXPO2020 (Nov 21) in Dubai, UAE.</p>
<p>Kyanjing Gompa, Nepal.</p>
<p>Kingfisher, Switzerland, 2021.</p>
<p>Kos, Greece</p>
<p>The wall on the way to Bethlehem, Palestinian West Bank.</p>
<p>Paris, France.</p>
<p>Old harbor crane in the Hafenmuseum Hamburg, Germany.</p>
<p>Rag shop in Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>During my photo class, I did a lot of analog photography as well as the development by myself. This set was done in an abandoned publisher's house around 2000/2001. </p>
<p>Tällistock, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Me in my hotel room in  Pyongyang, 2019, D.P.R.K.</p>
<p>The old Jewish cemetery, Prague, Czech Republic.</p>
<p>Pre-Corona: Metallica – what a massive show. Letzigrund 2019, Zurich, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Back in the days in NYC in 2002.<br />Good old analog times with my Canon EOS 50E.</p>
<p>Coober Pedy, Australia. </p>
<p>Colorful and beautiful traditional garments Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Litchfield NP, Australia. </p>
<p>Himalayan vulture (Gyps himalayensis) or Himalayan griffon vulture.</p>
<p>A great place to sit, relax and watch people (and of course some art) – the British Museum, London, UK.</p>
<p>Offenbach(Main) Kaiserlei, Germany.</p>
<p>The Milky way with the Southern star, South Africa.</p>
<p>'Monte Kali' near Heringen, 2020, Germany.<br />A Monte Kali, Kaliberg, or Kalimandscharo is the colloquial term for several slag heaps in Germany, which consists of spoil from potash salt production.</p>
<p>The lovely bright voice of the robin is a real sign of spring. </p>
<p>Ground Zero, NYC almost a year after 9/11. <br />Good old analog times with my Canon EOS 50E.</p>
<p>Scala dei Turchi, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy.</p>
<p>Roundabout in Dubai, UAE</p>
<p>Factory farming in Hong Kong.</p>
<p>Scenic flight over the South Atlantic Ocean.</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p>The panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) is a species of chameleon found in the eastern and northern parts of Madagascar.</p>
<p>Barcelona, Spain.</p>
<p>Niyama, Maldives.</p>
<p>Niyama, Maldives.</p>
<p>Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Caumasee, Flims, Switzerland.</p>
<p>St. Gotthard, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Arosa, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Snapshot of my mother during a Don Giovanni performance at the Vienna State Opera, October 2017, Vienna, Austria. </p>
<p>Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.</p>
<p>Art installation from Ólafur Elíasson at the Kunsthalle Zürich, 2020, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Gansbaai, South Africa.</p>
<p>Cape of Good Hope, South Africa.</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p> Cristo Redentor Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.</p>
<p>Teufelsbrücke, Andermatt, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Evening mood in the Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>Wadi Rum, Jordan.</p>
<p>Zurich during Corona lockdown, 2020. Switzerland</p>
<p>Dubai, UAE.</p>
<p>Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Coober Pedi, Australia.</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p>Barcelona, Spain.</p>
<p>Moscow metro in 2005, Moscow, Russia.</p>
<p>Wadi Rum, Jordan.</p>
<p>In 2007 I crossed the border between Israel and Jordan on foot. <br />This is what no man's land (the area between these two borders) looks like. </p>
<p>Scenic flight over the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>A red kite is circling over our house in Zurich. As a notoriously impatient person, I am then grateful to be able to have a home office right now.</p>
<p>Venice with my pinhole camera. </p>
<p>This picture is 1 of 9 (!) pictures I took during my whole stay in Venice in 1999. </p>
<p>I know it sounds silly to take only 9 pictures in total, but the thousands of mobile phone pictures you take nowadays don't look any better. </p>
<p>Full spring time. Our neighbor's magnolia tree in front of his somewhat difficult (#notaste) wall color, makes the flowers really shine even brighter.</p>
<p>Venice, Italy during lockdown 2020.</p>
<p>London, UK.</p>
<p>'Monte Kali' near Heringen, 2020, Germany.<br />A Monte Kali, Kaliberg, or Kalimandscharo is the colloquial term for several slag heaps in Germany, which consists of spoil from potash salt production.</p>
<p>The Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.</p>
<p>Dubai Marina, UAE</p>
<p>A seductive offer at the roadside somewhere in Ghana.</p>
<p>Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>Off-road is always big fun, like in the Wadi Rum, Jordan.</p>
<p>Fullmoon shooting in Arosa, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Grindelwald, Switzerland</p>
<p>The Sky on a random day in Mallorca, Spain.</p>
<p>Arosa/Lenzerheide, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Atlas Mountains, Marocco.</p>
<p>St. George's Chapel (Berschis), Walenstadt, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Pre-Corona: Metallica – what a massive show. Letzigrund 2019, Zurich, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Niyama, Maldives.</p>
<p>The Sahara Desert at the border region of Algeria and Marocco.</p>
<p>The three stooges of the Swiss alps.</p>
<p>The Goalie, Kumasi, Ghana. </p>
<p>The lions square in Ramallah, Palestinian West Bank.</p>
<p>The ancient entrance door of the Çırağan Palace, Istanbul, Turkey.</p>
<p>Leaning Tower of Pisa, Tuscany, Italy.</p>
<p>The famous Al-Khazneh temple in Petra, Jordan.</p>
<p>London, UK.</p>
<p>Me, myself and I – under the surface.</p>
<p>A selfie shadow snapshot in the office, 2020</p>
<p>Scenic flight over the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>Litchfield NP, Australia. </p>
<p>The squad arrives at the Olifantsbad waterhole at Etosha NP, Namibia.</p>
<p>Niyama Private Islands, Maldives</p>
<p>The great pyramids of Giza, Egypt.</p>
<p>Sardinia, Italy.</p>
<p>The villas of Nad Al Sheba in Dubai, UAE.</p>
<p>Milano, Italy.</p>
<p>The two stooges at the Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>Mirador Es Colomer in Mallorca, Spain.</p>
<p>Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Mölltaler Gletscher, Kärnten, Austria.</p>
<p>Mirador Es Colomer in Mallorca, Spain.</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p>Kakum-NP, Ghana. </p>
<p>Kids are always posing when seeing a camera. So great.<br />Accra, Ghana. </p>
<p>Kumasi Market, Ghana. </p>
<p>A giraffe in the South African Savannah, South Africa.</p>
<p>The Pantheon, Rome, Italy.</p>
<p>Two rhinos in the sunset in the South African Savannah, South Africa.</p>
<p>Yakuplu, Istanbul, Turkey.</p>
<p>Rag shop in Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>Kathmandu, Nepal.</p>
<p>Somewhere in Marocco. At some time in the year 2002.</p>
<p>Zelyonyi Bor, Kazakhstan.</p>
<p>Sicily, Italy.</p>
<p>Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
On the way to Ouarzazate crossing the Atlas Mountains, Morocco.
<p>Venice during Corona Lockdown 2020, Italy.</p>
<p>Young girls discuss their pictures taken in traditional Korean robes in front of Changdeokgung Palace, Seoul, South Korea.</p>
<p>Redback spider also known as the Australian black widow is one of the highly venomous spiders in the world.<br />Sydney, Australia.</p>
<p>Hamburg Airport, Germany.</p>
<p>Kids in Accra, Ghana. </p>
<p>Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>I´m such a fan of London, UK. It´s always a pleasure stoping by. </p>
<p>Campsite at Damaraland, Namibia.</p>
<p>Bláa Lónið, Iceland</p>
<p>Murmansk, Russia.</p>
<p>Tremola, St. Gotthard, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Fans cheering for their club, Real Madrid at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>Dhunche, Nepal.</p>
<p>Giardino Garibaldi Palermo, Sicily, Italy.</p>
<p>The desert takes back the city of Dubai, UAE.</p>
<p>Kathmandu, Nepal.</p>
<p>Savety first in Kathmandu, Nepal.</p>
<p>The place, where I grew up. Freiburg, Germany.</p>
<p>Snapshot Paris Nightlife, France.</p>
<p>Metallica – what a massive show. Letzigrund 2019, Zurich, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Togbe Cephas Kosi Bansah, King of Hohoe Gbi Traditional Ghana. In 2010 I had the opportunity to visit his Ewe tribe in the Volta Region for the first time. Here he is with his insignia and his official robe (Kente).</p>
<p>White Turf, St. Moritz, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Zurich Seeufer in winter. Switzerland.</p>
<p>Oryx at Damaraland, Namibia.</p>
<p>It has not yet been finally discussed whether my dear wife took this picture with my camera, or I... therefore, in case of doubt (and for my own safety): Picture Credits to Seda Sirin and myself.<br />Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>Moscow metro in 2005, Moscow, Russia.</p>
<p>Niyama Private Islands, The Maldives.</p>
Adalaide, Australia
<p>Seoul, South Korea.</p>
<p>Dubai, UAE.</p>
<p>Cairo Downtown, Egypt.</p>
<p>CaixaForum Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>View on the top of the Cheops Pyramid in Giza, Egypt.</p>
<p>Prague, Czech Republic, 2019.</p>
<p>At the EXPO2020 (Nov 21) in Dubai, UAE.</p>
<p>You always know the entrance view from Instagram. <br />Here is what it looks like from the insight. <br />The famous Al-Khazneh temple in Petra, Jordan.</p>
<p>Magnolias in Zurich, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Chewton Glen, New Milton, UK.</p>
<p>Woomera, Australia.</p>
<p>Scenic flight over the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>Istanbul, Turkey.</p>
<p>View from the Siegessäule to the Tiergarten and the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany. </p>
<p>A sad story: the Freiburg `Herbstmess` during the Corona Pandemic. 2020.<br />Freiburg, Germany.</p>
<p>At the beach at Wilderness, South Africa.</p>
<p>Seoul, South Korea.</p>
<p>Red Kite, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Fans cheering for their club, Real Madrid at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>Istanbul is still growing. Yakuplu, Istanbul, Turkey.</p>
<p>One of the big landmarks in Switzerland - the Landwasser Viaduct. <br />Graubünden, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Caumasee, Flims, Switzerland.</p>
<p>First snow in Zurich in 2018, Zurich, Switzerland.</p>
<p>The villas of Nad Al Sheba in Dubai, UAE</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p>New Forest National Park, Southampton, UK</p>
<p>At the great pyramids of Giza, Egypt.</p>
<p>Rostock Ritz Desert Lodge at Namib-Naukluft NP, Namibia.</p>
<p>Şile, Turkey.</p>
<p>Moscow metro in 2005, Moscow, Russia.</p>
<p>Istanbul is still growing. Yakuplu, Istanbul, Turkey.</p>
<p>Wrocław (Breslau), Polska.</p>
<p>The Saint Petersburg Mosque is the largest in Europe outside Turkey. St. Peterburg, Russia.</p>
<p>Cairo, Egypt. <br />At the Campus of the German University in Cairo</p>
<p>Colorful and beautiful traditional garments Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Langtang, Nepal</p>
<p>Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>Scenic flight over the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>The Stoupa, Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal.</p>
<p>Scenic flight over the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p>Coober Pedy, Australia. </p>
<p>View from the top of the Rigi, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p>One of the most beautiful birds on earth, a lilac-breasted roller at the Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>Litchfield NP, Australia. </p>
<p>Volcano Mount Etna, Sicily, Italy.</p>
<p>Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>Niyama, Maldives.</p>
<p>Bambi</p>
<p>The Pantheon, Rome, Italy.</p>
<p>Simon's Town, South Africa.</p>
<p>Berlin Treptow, Germany.</p>
<p>Rainforest nearby Hohoe, Volta Region Ghana.</p>
<p>Arosa, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Ephesos, Turkey.</p>
<p>St. Gotthard, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Bethlehem, Palestinian West Bank.</p>
<p>Please, write me a postcard. :)<br />Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>St. Gotthard, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Scenic flight over the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>The Kraftwerk Berlin is home to a popular club - the Tresor.<br />Berlin, Germany.</p>
<p>The Bosphorus Bridge of Istanbul, Turkey.</p>
<p>Feathers of a white peacock.</p>
<p>Masada at the dead sea, Israel.</p>
<p>In 2013, as co-founder, I was able to bring L`Arbre Switzerland AG on the road. <br />The company was basically focused on the development, production, and of course, the sales of exclusive accessories, such as the L`Arbre d`Or, a – in a special electroplating process – gold-plated bonsai.<br />If you are interested in the product,... please, let me know.</p>
<p>Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>Scenic flight over the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>Switzerland in winter.<br />Elgg, Switzerland.</p>
<p>The highest mountain in eastern Switzerland, the Säntis, even if only 2502m high, but with an exceptional view of the surrounding Alps. </p>
<p>Jebel Kawr, Oman.</p>
<p>A Baby-Southern Right Whale (±10-15 tons!) is fooling around in Gansbaai, South Africa. </p>
<p>CaixaForum Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>The ghost village of Al Madam, Sharja, UAE.</p>
<p>Etosha NP, Namibia.</p>
<p>A zebra with her calf at the Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>Red Kite, Switzerland.</p>
<p>The European lynx.</p>
<p>Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.</p>
<p>Rhône Glacier, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Dubai, UAE.</p>
<p>Women always doing tough jobs without complaining. <br />Also here: Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Communication is key. Wadi Rum, Jordan.</p>
<p>I´m such a fan of London, UK. It´s always a pleasure stoping by. </p>
<p>Seebrücke/Limmat during Corona lockdown, Zurich, Switzerland. </p>
<p>Accra, Ghana. </p>
<p>Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.</p>
<p>Hallgrímskirkja, Hallgrim's church, Reykjavik, Iceland.</p>
<p>A brown snake at Litchfield NP, Australia. </p>
<p>Kestrel in Switzerland</p>
<p>Pelican at Walvis Bay, Namibia.</p>
<p>Flumserberg, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Abandoned parking lot in Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>Me at the exhibition of Ólafur Elíasson at the Kunsthalle Zürich, 2020, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Encounters at the Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>Juist, Germany.</p>
<p>Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>The ghost village of Al Madam, Sharja, UAE.</p>
<p>Container Terminal Hamburg, Germany.</p>
<p>A weber bird building his nest, South Africa.</p>
<p>The ETH Zurich - so far 21 Nobel laureates, two Fields Medalists, two Pritzker Prize winners, and one Turing Award winner have been affiliated with the University.</p>
<p>Grand Central Station, NYC in 2002.<br />Good old analog times with my Canon EOS 50E.</p>
<p>Marina di Pisa. Tuscany, Italy.</p>
<p>Beckham in Murmansk, Russia.</p>
<p>Litchfield NP, Australia. </p>
<p>Scenic flight over the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>Unfortunately, the migratory patterns of the storks have changed. This picture was taken in February. </p>
<p>„Palacio de Cristal“ in Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>Kyanjin Gompa, Langtang, Nepal</p>
<p>A cemetery in Likpe Bakwa, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Mallorca, Spain.</p>
<p>Kyanjin Ri, Langtang, Nepal</p>
<p>King Togbui Ngoryifia Céphas Kosi Bansah with part of his retinue during an official ceremony in Hohoe, Ghana. In 2010 I had the opportunity to visit his tribe in the Volta Region together with him for the first time.</p>
<p>The coastline at Barton on Sea, UK.</p>
<p>Prague, Czech Republic.</p>
<p>A short stopover in a random village on the way to Accra, Ghana.</p>
<p>Roundabout in Dubai, UAE </p>
<p>Langtang NP, Nepal.</p>
<p>05:32 at Kenton-on-Sea, South Africa.</p>
<p>The Kunsthaus Zürich with the new annex by David Chipperfield, which will be officially opened next year, 2021.</p>
<p>Rainforest evening mood somewhere in the Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Colori di Venezia, Italia.</p>
<p>Fooling around with some kids in Hohoe, Ghana.<br />Picture: Mirka Laura Severa </p>
<p>Factory farming in Hong Kong.</p>
<p>Kathmandu, Nepal.</p>
<p>Sirius - the brightest star in our solar system shines above the Swiss Alps. The clear starry sky allows the beautiful scene of light and shadow on the mountain peaks. Arosa, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Maybe I exaggerated a bit with the pink slider in Lightroom... Pretty nice here in Zurich/Bertastrasse.</p>
<p>At the DMZ Information (a.k.a. propaganda) Center, D.P.R.K.</p>
<p>Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>Himalayan vulture (Gyps himalayensis) or Himalayan griffon vulture.</p>
<p>Sicily, Italy.<br />@Zash Boutique Hotel Sicily.</p>
<p>Schloss Schönbrunn, Vienna, Austria.</p>
<p>Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>View from the top of the Rigi, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Volcano Mount Etna, Sicily, Italy.</p>
<p>Pyongyang, D.P.R.K.</p>
<p>A curious Rock Hyrax at Erongo NP, Namibia.</p>
<p>Auberge Kasbah Meteorites, Marocco.</p>
<p>A Secretarybird at the Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>The coastline at the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>Protea sometimes also called sugarbushes, South Africa.</p>
<p>Personal motivation.</p>
<p>Venice with my pinhole camera. </p>
<p>This picture is 1 of 9 (!) pictures I took during my whole stay in Venice in 1999. </p>
<p>I know it sounds silly to take only 9 pictures in total, but the thousands of mobile phone pictures you take nowadays don't look any better. </p>
<p>Casino, Monte Carlo, Monaco.</p>
<p>Pyongyang, D.P.R.K.</p>
<p>The Piazza della Rotonda is located close to the Pantheon in<br />Rome, Italy.</p>
<p>Streetlife, Seoul, South Korea.</p>
<p>Nkawkaw, Ghana. </p>
<p>Fishmarket, Suhar, Oman.</p>
<p>Litchfield NP, Australia. </p>
<p>Allotment garden colony. Zurich, Switzerland. </p>
<p>Serious soccer game in Hohoe, Voltaregion, Ghana. </p>
<p>St. Gotthard pass, 2106 m, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Grumpy dude, Australia.</p>
<p>Opal mining in Coober Pedy, Australia. </p>
<p>Early bird Copacabana snapshot, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.</p>
<p>3:55 am at Langtang valley, Nepal.</p>
<p>Kaesŏng, D.P.R.K.</p>
<p>Nizza, France.</p>
<p>Somewhere in a Kasbah in Marocco.</p>
<p>The impressive panorama of the Swiss Alps. Although it has been seen hundreds of times... especially here on Insta,... but still fascinating and beautiful. Arosa, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Venice during Corona Lockdown 2020, Italy.</p>
<p>Walvis Bay, Namibia.</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p>A great place to sit, relax and watch people (and of course some art) – the British Museum, London, UK.</p>
<p>„Palacio de Cristal“ in Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>Erongo NP, Namibia.</p>
<p>The most southern point of Africa, Kap Agulhas, South Africa.</p>
<p>CaixaForum Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.</p>
<p>Murmansk, Russia.</p>
<p>Pogona (aka. bearded dragon), Australia.</p>
<p>Niyama, Maldives.</p>
<p>Venice 2020 (during Lockdown), Italy.</p>
<p>Boulders Beach Penguin Colony (Simon's Town), South Africa.</p>
<p>Sossusvlei, Namibia.</p>
<p>Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany.</p>
<p>Staircase in an old Hamburg old town house. Hamburg, Germany. </p>
<p>Autumn in the Black Forest near Freiburg, the city where I grew up.<br />Freiburg, Germany.  </p>
<p>The other way round. <br />Lüneburg, Germany.</p>
<p>Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>Seoul Incheon Airport, South Korea.</p>
<p>Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Berlin, Karl-Marx Allee, Germany.</p>
<p>Thousands of white small jellyfish in Bosporus, Istanbul, Turkey.</p>
<p>Murmansk, Russia.</p>
<p>At the Olifantsbad waterhole at Etosha NP, Namibia.</p>
<p>The ghost village of Al Madam, Sharja, UAE.</p>
<p>Sirius - the brightest star in our solar system shines above the Swiss Alps. The clear starry sky allows the beautiful scene of light and shadow on the mountain peaks. Arosa, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Boulders Beach Penguin Colony (Simon's Town), South Africa.</p>
<p>Waldhessen, Germany.</p>
<p>Neuschwanstein Castle with Königssee, Germany.</p>
<p>The panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis) is a species of chameleon found in the eastern and northern parts of Madagascar.</p>
<p>Venice during Corona Lockdown 2020, Italy.</p>
<p>Metallica – what a massive show. Letzigrund 2019, Zurich, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Niyama Private Islands, Maldives.</p>
<p>Abandoned villa in Accra, Ghana. </p>
<p>The Siberian tiger or Amur tiger is native to the Russian Far East, Northeast China, and possibly North Korea.</p>
<p>Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>At the EXPO2020 (Nov 21) in Dubai, UAE.</p>
<p>At the EXPO2020 (Nov 21) the UK Pavilion in Dubai, UAE.</p>
<p>A chaffinch at lunch. Switzerland.</p>
<p>Snapshot of a yellow-billed hornbill (Toko) at Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>Unfortunately, not everyone sees the uniqueness of the last remaining wonder of the world. At the Great Pyramids in Giza, Egypt.</p>
<p>The ghost village of Al Madam, Sharja, UAE.</p>
<p>Abandoned music club in East Amman, Jordan.</p>
<p>The Grossmünster, Zurich, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Tällistock, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Big brother is watching you. <br />Etosha National Park, Namibia.</p>
<p>The ghost village of Al Madam, Sharja, UAE.</p>
<p>Autumn in the Black Forest near Freiburg, the city where I grew up.<br />Freiburg, Germany.  </p>
<p>Abandoned Theme Park, Muscat, Oman.</p>
<p>One of several harbors. Yakuplu, Istanbul, Turkey.</p>
<p>Chäserugg, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Kyanjing Gompa, Langtang, Nepal</p>
<p>One of the big landmarks in Switzerland - the Landwasser Viaduct. <br />Graubünden, Switzerland.</p>
<p>A messy´s storage in Athens, Greece.</p>
<p>On the way to Nizwa, Oman.</p>
<p>Scenic flight over the Namib desert, Namibia.</p>
<p>Hohoe, Voltaregion, Ghana.</p>
<p>Abu Dhabi, UAE.</p>
<p>Seoul, South Korea.</p>
<p>Kingfisher, Switzerland, 2021</p>
<p>A small boy selling boiled eggs at a dancing festival in Hohoe, Volta Region, Ghana. </p>
<p>Where the Namib hits the Atlantic Ocean, Namibia.</p>
<p>The awesome blossom of Glyzine or Wisterie in Zurich, Switzerland.</p>
<p>Workshop Seoul, South Korea.</p>
<p>Abandoned music club in East Amman, Jordan.</p>
<p>„Palacio de Cristal“ in Madrid, Spain.</p>
<p>Not a shooting star but just as rare to see in the sky at the moment: an airplane. Arosa, Switzerland.</p>
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