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Photo report from Okavango Delta. Have a Mokoro dugout trip with me to see some birds, hippos, crocs and dramatic rain clouds :)

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Photographic travel report featuring a Mokoro (dugout) day trip through the Okavango Delta starting in Maun
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The mighty Victoria Falls - sometimes they run at incredible 10 million litres of water per second. Can you imagine that? However, it's a MASSIVE natural spectacle that literally won't let you stay dry...

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Photo report featuring the Victoria Falls of Zambezi River, Africa's fourth longest river.
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My new architecture photo project: Have a look at the M4, Budapest's brand new metro, a fushion of modern and classic Soviet subway architecture.
 
Die Budapester U-Bahnlinie 4 verbindet ein modernes Erscheinungsbild mit klassischer Moskauer Architektur.

Budapest's new underground line M4 connects a modern appearance with the classic Moscow subway architecture.

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Photo series from start to end featuring Budapest's Metro line M4
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I just finished to process the photos taken last weekend in Prague, when riding on Line A of Pražské Metro, the metro of the Czech capital. Enjoy! #prag… - U-Bahn-Fotos – Google+
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That's the photograph that brought me to Moscow as I made it under the 10 best landscape images of 2014 in the Golden Turtle photo contest :)

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Another really wonderful area of Botswana is the northeast of the country with its laaaaarge salt pans, namely the Makgadikgadi pan and Nxai pan. You can meet countless of zebras, giraffes, mighty baobabs as well as rare rhinos :)

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Photo report featuring the zebra migration at the Makgadikgadi and Nxai salt pans in Botswana as well as Kubu Island
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Budapest, Parliament Building
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I invite you to visit my website where I've just put an article online featuring photos of the African elephants living in Chobe national park, Botswana. Enjoy :)

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Photo travel report featuring the elephants of Chobe National Park and the bird paradise of Okavango Delta in the north of Botswana
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The power of images is mighty and leaves no one unaffected. I am pretty aware of that. Hence I am seeing my photographs first and foremost as a document of our planet, of a culture, of a moment I captured by the help of digital celluloid. Techniques putting a photo’s touch with reality at risk, like tone ,apping or excessive retouching, I am refusing categorically as they are nothing but a tool for artificial sensationalism. Suchlike work is nothing but a computer created picture that barely bears traces of the photography trade.

Is there a difference between McDonalds and watching photos? Well, photos surely got fewer calories and you don't get fat when looking at them, but nowadays, in times of the internet and digital photography, most of the people are only consuming images like an everyday lunch meal. As soon as they are continuing browsing/reading/whatever they are all-too often simply throwing away what they've seen without thinking about what they were allowed to witness without leaving their comfy chair.

Photographically I do what I want and what I feel like. That includes the portrayal of a person the same way like taking a finely adjusted capture of a swimming pool inside an abandoned Soviet military base. However my biggest passion are volcanoes, their massive power, their creational potential plus the everlasting fight between hot and cold, fire and ice, the death bringing forces of the earth and the ever reviving nature. That philosophy takes me around the world, that philosophy stands behind my photos, that is my driving force.

If you want to buy any of my images then please get in touch with me through my website
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