This book is a two years endless blink of happiness.
"(I) Remember Europe" is a photographic journey which reveals the center as existential pursuit, as geographical destiny and as political metaphor.
This serie is the result of three years of traveling, from the south to the south. As we lost ourselves in seven countries, from the north to the north.
The cruise liner business is thriving like never before. Behind the USA and Great Britain, Germany holds the third largest market for cruises.
If the paper of the first edition made the book look a coal mine, the paper of this second edition makes it look like a desert storm. “And where is [...]
Annelie Thorndike und Andrew Thorndike: Jeder Tag war schön, published by Hinstorff in 1966. Available at Booklooker, Amazon, etc. [...]
Whilst walking through an eerie forest on the New Mexican border on a trip through the heart of the United States, I misread a sign stapled to a [...]
With a hike to Santiago de Compostela I associate mainly: People, crowd, pain, and in between a bit of self-awareness. In Paul's book I find what is [...]
Przemek Strzelecki is a street and documentary but most of all humanist photographer born in Poland. He is a fan of hats and photo films. In love [...]
Handmade by a traveling bookbinder during her Wanderschaft. The book is signed and numbered, with a 12x16 cm signed print, and is guarded in a [...]
David Zoubek’s photo series "A Country Called the Midwest" documents his impressions and personal experiences when he lived in what many Americans [...]
In 2006 after living one year in Stockholm I started to work on my paradise essay. It’s my personal vision on the city and its people. My [...]
This journey, narated and interpreted in that book, together with extracts of the journal Albrecht Dürer wrote during his travels, are basis to the […]
I like Aljaž Celarc's photozine, it is emotional without being able to explain why. It shows mountains and people he met on his hike through Armenia [...]