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  • Gulang Roots (China #19)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-10-06

    Another glimpse on the street life of Gulang Yu in Precisascope...

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  • Gulang Roots (China #19)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-10-06

    Another glimpse on the street life of Gulang Yu in Precisascope...

  • Reanimation (Chernobyl #7)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-10-26

    Feeling death in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is immenent and never so present as in the abandonded hospital of Pripyat. A original safe haven and sacred place becomes a symbol of decay. As I explored the 5 something floors I passed the operation rooms and broken beds, medicine bottles and a scattered washing room. I could vividly imagine life in these rooms...

  • Creepsters

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-10-27

    Dark Moments from the helloween season a couple of years back. Also from the fair ground in Hannover, whic was host to the expo 2000, where I have worked, back in the days...

  • Creepsters

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-10-27

    Dark Moments from the helloween season a couple of years back. Also from the fair ground in Hannover, whic was host to the expo 2000, where I have worked, back in the days...

  • High Coast Sailors (Sweden #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-10-31

    I looked around the high coast of northern sweden, met sailors, stones and Teddy bears. It's a paradise up north - love to come back soonish.

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  • Trump (NYC #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-01

    The US election is coming with big steps and the Donald is still in the race. I payed a visit to his Tower, but honestly I fancy the architecture of Coney Island much more...

  • Trump (NYC #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-01

    The US election is coming with big steps and the Donald is still in the race. I payed a visit to his Tower, but honestly I fancy the architecture of Coney Island much more...

  • Black Moss (Sweden #7)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-07

    Because we arrived super early in Båstnäs I had the place almost for myself. I could explore, I looked for tender glimpses of light in the abandonded car cemetery at the Norwegian border. I looked for these little moments, when technology got overtaken by nature, metal by black moss...

  • Black Moss (Sweden #7)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-07

    Because we arrived super early in Båstnäs I had the place almost for myself. I could explore, I looked for tender glimpses of light in the abandonded car cemetery at the Norwegian border. I looked for these little moments, when technology got overtaken by nature, metal by black moss...

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  • Seafarer (Indonesia/ Malaysia #39)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-08

    After a longer period again an album from Indonesia - and there are over 40 still to come.This Tales is about looking for dolphins. The local fishermen in Bali have a business of taking tourists out there for a little morning ride. And yes we saw them. In some of the pictures you can slightly see them as little dots. But I liked being on the catamaran. had something really original.

  • Monaco at Large

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-11

    To make a Chernobyl-Break here some left alone pics from Cannes, Nice and Monaco with my dear friend Vicuna. Traversing the Cote d'Azur and drinking coke for six euro. Doing it like a true Monacian.

  • Dog Days (Northkorea #52)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-15

    Some more streetshots of Pyongyang. And well - vegetarians and dog lovers might refrain to read on. Alongside to the Koryo Hotel is a specialties restaurant, which served dog. Sorry to everyone, who feels offended , but I had to try at least once. I am not sure how the bring the dogs up, but I think it will be some sort of farm. The taste really depends on the way of preparation. Mostly I would say it tastes something between duck and beef. I know, that´s a wide range, but as so are the dishes...

  • Dog Days (Northkorea #52)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-15

    Some more streetshots of Pyongyang. And well - vegetarians and dog lovers might refrain to read on. Alongside to the Koryo Hotel is a specialties restaurant, which served dog. Sorry to everyone, who feels offended , but I had to try at least once. I am not sure how the bring the dogs up, but I think it will be some sort of farm. The taste really depends on the way of preparation. Mostly I would say it tastes something between duck and beef. I know, that´s a wide range, but as so are the dishes...

  • Dog Days (Northkorea #52)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-15

    Some more streetshots of Pyongyang. And well - vegetarians and dog lovers might refrain to read on. Alongside to the Koryo Hotel is a specialties restaurant, which served dog. Sorry to everyone, who feels offended , but I had to try at least once. I am not sure how the bring the dogs up, but I think it will be some sort of farm. The taste really depends on the way of preparation. Mostly I would say it tastes something between duck and beef. I know, that´s a wide range, but as so are the dishes...

  • Dog Days (Northkorea #52)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-15

    Some more streetshots of Pyongyang. And well - vegetarians and dog lovers might refrain to read on. Alongside to the Koryo Hotel is a specialties restaurant, which served dog. Sorry to everyone, who feels offended , but I had to try at least once. I am not sure how the bring the dogs up, but I think it will be some sort of farm. The taste really depends on the way of preparation. Mostly I would say it tastes something between duck and beef. I know, that´s a wide range, but as so are the dishes...

  • God in Concrete (Indonesia/ Malaysia #40)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-21

    I was traversing the Cote d'Azur and saw god in its many forms. churches, shores and the sky.

  • God in Concrete (Indonesia/ Malaysia #40)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-21

    I was going to this great mosque in the center of jakarta with my good friends andyka, ratih, Adi and so many more. falling lines, seeing god in concrete...

  • God in Concrete (Indonesia/ Malaysia #40)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-11-21

    I was traversing the Cote d'Azur and saw god in its many forms. churches, shores and the sky.

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  • Americana (Westcoast #15)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-12-12

    My last trip to the us, is already a while back. But the albums keep pouring in. I could catch up with my good freind Paule in NYC and luckily made it it up to washington state. Fabulous architecture and a glimpse, how the undustrilization made America great...

  • Americana (Westcoast #15)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-12-12

    My last trip to the us, is already a while back. But the albums keep pouring in. I could catch up with my good freind Paule in NYC and luckily made it it up to washington state. Fabulous architecture and a glimpse, how the undustrilization made America great...

  • the Pool (Chernobyl #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-12-15

    In Pripyat we explored the abandonded pool in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. I found it a particularly fine and sunny day. Which honestly is always key for analogue photography, as I can not push iso like a dial. Especially with the white open broken windows added up a great atmosphere in the landscape of devastation...

  • the Pool (Chernobyl #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-12-15

    In Pripyat we explored the abandonded pool in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. I found it a particularly fine and sunny day. Which honestly is always key for analogue photography, as I can not push iso like a dial. Especially with the white open broken windows added up a great atmosphere in the landscape of devastation...

  • Crash with Nature (Sweden #9)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-12-19

    The most impressive moments of the car cemetery weere, when nature crashed with civilization. When a tree finds its way through metal and rust, to strive upwards to the light neglecting man made achievements. When we arrived early in the morning all we found was this photographic couple from germany, who had explored the territory for day and night. When we left around noo, the abandond place was not so abandonded after all....

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  • Dystopia (Sweden #12)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-11

    The Black and White atmosphere, the contrast, the grain really support the dystopian mood of Båstnäs. Indulge in the taste of the end of the world...

  • Båstnäs Beginnings (Sweden #13)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-12

    I am finishing my article on Båstnäs and so I am uploading more pictures, that have reporting value. How can the direction be missing and Ronny, the loyal driver, who took the border from Sweden and Norway...

  • Båstnäs Beginnings (Sweden #13)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-12

    I am finishing my article on Båstnäs and so I am uploading more pictures, that have reporting value. How can the direction be missing and Ronny, the loyal driver, who took the border from Sweden and Norway...

  • Drum Sweat (Uganda #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-10

    On my recent trip to Uganda I was trailblazing Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus. When we arrived to Bussi Island with him, he was welcomed by a local dancing squad. Their joy and intensity was blowing me away. I wen on their truck and I think my videocamera really made them go even more crazy. It was super intensy, it was tough not to fall down the car on the bumpy road and the car dancefloor was exploding as well. So I tried to capture some shots and not falling of the bandwaggon. I was smiling all along...

  • Drum Sweat (Uganda #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-10

    On my recent trip to Uganda I was trailblazing Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus. When we arrived to Bussi Island with him, he was welcomed by a local dancing squad. Their joy and intensity was blowing me away. I wen on their truck and I think my videocamera really made them go even more crazy. It was super intensy, it was tough not to fall down the car on the bumpy road and the car dancefloor was exploding as well. So I tried to capture some shots and not falling of the bandwaggon. I was smiling all along...

  • Drum Sweat (Uganda #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-10

    On my recent trip to Uganda I was trailblazing Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus. When we arrived to Bussi Island with him, he was welcomed by a local dancing squad. Their joy and intensity was blowing me away. I wen on their truck and I think my videocamera really made them go even more crazy. It was super intensy, it was tough not to fall down the car on the bumpy road and the car dancefloor was exploding as well. So I tried to capture some shots and not falling of the bandwaggon. I was smiling all along...

  • Drum Sweat (Uganda #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-10

    On my recent trip to Uganda I was trailblazing Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus. When we arrived to Bussi Island with him, he was welcomed by a local dancing squad. Their joy and intensity was blowing me away. I wen on their truck and I think my videocamera really made them go even more crazy. It was super intensy, it was tough not to fall down the car on the bumpy road and the car dancefloor was exploding as well. So I tried to capture some shots and not falling of the bandwaggon. I was smiling all along...

  • Kampala Young General (Uganda #1)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-02

    In the beginning of December I was the first time in Uganda for an assignment. I had let very little time for personal photography and I tried to make the most out of it. Shooting at a waste collecting site in Kampala gave opportunity to some very impressive encounters with beautiful people. The young boy caught my major interest, because of his quirky helmet, which made him some sort of young general with red armour. Rose and Judy are pride waste collectors and receive 10.000 Schilling for a kilogramm of plastic waste, which is then to be recycled. I am happy to open this series with them...

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  • Kampala Young General (Uganda #1)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-02

    In the beginning of December I was the first time in Uganda for an assignment. I had let very little time for personal photography and I tried to make the most out of it. Shooting at a waste collecting site in Kampala gave opportunity to some very impressive encounters with beautiful people. The young boy caught my major interest, because of his quirky helmet, which made him some sort of young general with red armour. Rose and Judy are pride waste collectors and receive 10.000 Schilling for a kilogramm of plastic waste, which is then to be recycled. I am happy to open this series with them...

  • Kampala Young General (Uganda #1)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-02

    In the beginning of December I was the first time in Uganda for an assignment. I had let very little time for personal photography and I tried to make the most out of it. Shooting at a waste collecting site in Kampala gave opportunity to some very impressive encounters with beautiful people. The young boy caught my major interest, because of his quirky helmet, which made him some sort of young general with red armour. Rose and Judy are pride waste collectors and receive 10.000 Schilling for a kilogramm of plastic waste, which is then to be recycled. I am happy to open this series with them...

  • Kampala Young General (Uganda #1)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-02

    In the beginning of December I was the first time in Uganda for an assignment. I had let very little time for personal photography and I tried to make the most out of it. Shooting at a waste collecting site in Kampala gave opportunity to some very impressive encounters with beautiful people. The young boy caught my major interest, because of his quirky helmet, which made him some sort of young general with red armour. Rose and Judy are pride waste collectors and receive 10.000 Schilling for a kilogramm of plastic waste, which is then to be recycled. I am happy to open this series with them...

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  • Kampala Young General (Uganda #1)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-02

    In the beginning of December I was the first time in Uganda for an assignment. I had let very little time for personal photography and I tried to make the most out of it. Shooting at a waste collecting site in Kampala gave opportunity to some very impressive encounters with beautiful people. The young boy caught my major interest, because of his quirky helmet, which made him some sort of young general with red armour. Rose and Judy are pride waste collectors and receive 10.000 Schilling for a kilogramm of plastic waste, which is then to be recycled. I am happy to open this series with them...

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  • Kampala Young General (Uganda #1)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-02

    In the beginning of December I was the first time in Uganda for an assignment. I had let very little time for personal photography and I tried to make the most out of it. Shooting at a waste collecting site in Kampala gave opportunity to some very impressive encounters with beautiful people. The young boy caught my major interest, because of his quirky helmet, which made him some sort of young general with red armour. Rose and Judy are pride waste collectors and receive 10.000 Schilling for a kilogramm of plastic waste, which is then to be recycled. I am happy to open this series with them...

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  • Kampala Young General (Uganda #1)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-01-02

    In the beginning of December I was the first time in Uganda for an assignment. I had let very little time for personal photography and I tried to make the most out of it. Shooting at a waste collecting site in Kampala gave opportunity to some very impressive encounters with beautiful people. The young boy caught my major interest, because of his quirky helmet, which made him some sort of young general with red armour. Rose and Judy are pride waste collectors and receive 10.000 Schilling for a kilogramm of plastic waste, which is then to be recycled. I am happy to open this series with them...

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