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  • Cristo Redentor, Just Call Him Jesus

    Cristo Redentor, Just Call Him Jesus
    Well there are some landmarks, that are hard to discover, because, they are just there, very exposed not hidden at all. Take the Chinese wall, the pyramids of Egypt or Christ the Redeemer.
  • Estádio do Morumbi SPFC - Kick it like the Brazilians

    Estádio do Morumbi SPFC - Kick it like the Brazilians
    If one thing is certain, it is the craze of the Brazilians about football. Not only that they hit the Penta, the completion of five world championships, Brazilians dance with the Ball as if they would draw calligraphy on porcelain. So it was about time to see them doing their thing. Best Spot to witness some good sport is the Morumbi stadium of SPFC, São Paulo Futebol Clube.
  • The Staples Center Home of the Lakers and MJ

    The Staples Center Home of the Lakers and MJ
    In the US of A most buildings don’t have a long history, considering there are churches in old Europe telling a story stretching over a thousand years. Basically everything in the states has the charm of something new and fresh. And they made a great twist out of it, because everything is convenient and tries to hit the need of the one that uses it. Take stadiums or convention halls.
  • Nathan Road Hong Kongs Main Street

    Nathan Road Hong Kongs Main Street
    Hong kong is a small megalopolis but still big enough to have a major shopping street, that is rarely to be found elsewhere. It is so long you even get the feeling, that you can walk from one edge of the tiger state to the other edge. It’s all about Nathan Road, the economic bloodline of Hong Kong.
  • Edificio Itália Grandest View on São Paulo

    Edificio Itália Grandest View on São Paulo
    While Rio de Janeiro is the sunny shiny magnate for tourists São Paulo is rather a financial and business center for the upcoming state of Brazil. That means that some museums only have displays in Portuguese and it’s rather hard to find a decent postcard. But the magic of São Paulo happens behind doors, in the families, at restaurants, concerts and on the roof. Especially on one roof, on top of Edificio Italia, where you have the grandest view of a metropolis you could ever imagine.
  • Fischmarkt St.Pauli

    Fischmarkt St.Pauli
    "Frrrrrrrrrrriiiiiiiiiiiiiiischer Fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisch, Leudddddddddde", "Schoooooooooooooooooooooooooookolade" and "Käääääääääääääääääääääässe ohne Ende". You don't have to understand a word, but you might get a feeling for the volume of the vendors at the fish market in Hamburg. It don't matter what you buy it is all about the experience of shopping.
  • Santa Monica Pier

    Santa Monica Pier
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    L.A. ist Hollywood, ist Bel Air, ist Downtown, ist der Strand von Santa Monica, ist Michael Jackson und ist der Pier. Denn dieses Stück Brücke in den Pazifik, ist die absolute Kulmination dessen was L.A. repräsentiert. Im Grunde geht es doch um Unterhaltung und Entspannung.
  • Kubik Club in Hamburg

    Kubik Club in Hamburg
    (Please note, this article is in another language)
    Der Kubik ist ein Reisender Club, der genau das ist, was der Name verspricht! Eine Ansammlung von leuchtenden Kästen, die zum Beat der Musik aufleuchten (Billie Jean lässt grüßen).
  • Kubik

    The Kubik is what it is called. Like a Sausage is a Sausage, a carrot is a carrot, the kubik surely consists of square boxes. The special treat here is, that these boxes are illuminated and the surrounding installation of a club on the road.
  • Santa Monica Pier

    Santa Monica Pier
    L.A. is Hollywood, is Bel Air, is Downtown, is Lakers, is Santa Monica, is Shopping is Fame, is MJ and LA is the Pier. This wooden Bridge with a whole lot of everything is quite a pillar of the Californian city, summing up what everything is about: Entertainment and recreation.
  • The Maze Inn

    The Maze Inn
    I would never have thought that I will ever be in a Favela, not even imagined sleeping there. But the beautiful thing about life is, that things just happen. Even before I visited my friends Bru and Andi in Brazil they had chatted about a hostel in Rio de Janeiro, that is located on top of a Favela with a splendid view on the city and the sugarloaf.
  • Real Gabinete Português de Leitura

    Real Gabinete Português de Leitura
    There are few places in the world, which I have visited because of one pictures I have seen of it. Such a place is the Real Gabinete Português de Leitura. A colonial library in the centre of Rio. A couple of years ago I was intrigued by a massive grand format picture from Andreas Gursky. He is one of the most famous photographers of our time, he surely is the most expensive one. His technique is to manipulate and enlarge pictures. His topic is the gathering of large groups and the enhancements of architectonic structures. He also chose the Gabinete as a sujet and that was, why I went there.
  • Konica Centuria (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    Konica Centuria (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review
    I think this is one of the most underrated films. I have always received reliable results and still I sometimes really got surprised. While the slide side of life here is very clear and maybe even a bit light sensitive the x-pro development shows a grainy grain, which is grainy as can be.
  • Snæfellsjökul - Glacier Cold

    Snæfellsjökul -  Glacier Cold
    Ever been to a Stratovulcano? No? You don't even know what it is? Common! Stay with me and climb onto one of the madest glaciers of Iceland.
  • eSport Stadium Seoul

    eSport Stadium Seoul
    If it comes to gaming how can't neglect Asia. Especially Korea is big in Gaming. And basically their industry is built on it. eSport is the big thing, with own channels and stadiums...
  • HSV Cemetery - Where Fans Lay Down For Good

    HSV Cemetery - Where Fans Lay Down For Good
    Hence my favorite team is in the number one spot right now in Germany it is time to bury all the other teams. Let's start with the HSV in Hamburg one of the greatest teams in the German Bundesliga. And how lucky they are: They have there own cemetery to be buried on ;)
  • Fuji Neopan (35mm, 1600 iso) user-review

    Fuji Neopan (35mm, 1600 iso) user-review
    The beast for total darkness! When it is so dark, that you would not even know what film to take there is only one option left: the Neopan 1600!
  • Irshansk Titan Factory

    Irshansk Titan Factory
    With the economic production coming to a little stop due to the crisis we shouldn't forget that now more than ever it will important to Proust real things instead of financial dreams. And to do real things, almost all real things, you will need Titan. A base of almost every industrial product. A resource that is found largely in the Ukraine. I have been to such a mine and factory: Moonwalk reloaded!
  • Hamam in Tbilisi

    Hamam in Tbilisi
    A Hamam is a Turkish bath, richly decorated, very hot and mostly in private chambers. But you will find them not only in Turkey, but even sparely in Europe or on the trail of the former osmanic empire.
  • Le Zénith - Venue Of The Stars

    Le Zénith - Venue Of The Stars
    Last fall I was working with several German Musicians. Among them Patrice, a reggae-artist with roots in Sierra Leone and very successful in France. A very nice fellow. He lives now in NYC and Paris and is also together with another great singer called Ayo.