Visiting a school in rural Myanmar
Hello Steemit! It has been a while since my last longer posts – unfortunately, my laptop stopped charging towards the end of my trip to Myanmar and I only got my new laptop a few days ago. Before I catch up on the posts that I could not write and tell you what happened in […]
Earning a Passive Income with Stock Photography: A Beginner’s Guide. Part 1: Getting Started
Building a passive income is the ultimate goal of every digital nomad. I am earning a passive income of 150-200 US-Dollars every month with stock photography and I have been getting many requests to write a guide how you can do the same – here is the first part: Understanding Stock Photography When hearing the […]
Visiting Mahar Aung Myay: Mandalay’s Jade Market
A few days ago I visited Mandalay, Myanmar’s last royal capital before the country became part of the British Empire in the 19th century. 1/60s; 35mm; f/3.5; ISO 220 While other parts of the country are suffering from severe rain during this time of the year, Mandalay has relatively little precipitation, but the air is […]
Getting Lost in the Desert: My Trip to the Sahara
Sahara – every kid knows the name of this huge desert in Northern Africa. When I was planning on visiting Morocco, I made sure to include the Sahara on my itinerary. Lost in the desert My entry point into the majestic dunes of the Sahara desert was the desert town Merzouga that I reached with […]
Two Faces of a City #3: New Year in Sancti Spíritus, Cuba. A Photo Documentary
Two years ago I was travelling in Cuba for four weeks. I have tried to experience Cuba as it really is using local transport, eating local food and talking to many amazing people. Today I want to share some of my favourite photos from Sancti Spíritus and some insights into the life of the Cuban […]
Two Faces of a City #2: Trinidad, Cuba. A Photo Documentary.
Two years ago I was travelling in Cuba for four weeks. I have tried to experience Cuba as it really is using local transport, eating local food and talking to many amazing people. Today I want to share some of my favourite photos from Trinidad and some insights into the Cuban society and economy. I […]
Two Faces of a City #1: Havana, Cuba. A photo documentary.
If you want to see what life in Cuba is really like, take a trip to Cuba and walk a few streets away from the places that the Lonely Planet recommends you to visit – Museums in Cuba are all the same anyway. If you can not make it to Cuba soon, check out this […]