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The Srinagar-Leh Highway in Ladakh, India – one of the highest and most dangerous mountain roads in the world

Leh (Ladakh) - Srinagar (Kashmir) is one of the two main highways in Ladakh. I have travelled on this road back in 2011 during myRead More »

Mongolian child jockeys – tradition vs business

We have been travelling through the vast and expansive steppe of the Gobi desert in Mongolia for more than two hours. The driver of ourRead More »

The brick factories in Bangladesh and the people who work there

   The rickety taxi flew at a frantic pace on Dhaka's ring road when the view in front of me suddenly appeared; it was Dante'sRead More »

The Winter Fairy Tale of the River Danube

I enjoy photographing the promenade alongside the River Danube in Ruse, Bulgaria. The river is majestic every season, but it is extraordinarily adorable in winterRead More »

The Elegant Mystery of the Hama-rikyū Gardens in Tokyo, Japan

I travelled twice to Japan. Every time I spent at least a few hours in different gardens, strolling, taking pictures or just enjoying the scenery.Read More »

The Dhmaal Sufi Ritual at the Lal Temple in Sehwan, Pakistan

"As you start to walk on the way, the way appears" Rumi I had seen the Sufis in Istanbul many years ago. Then, I readRead More »
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