What we do during our working hours determines what we have; what we do in our leisure hours determines what we are.

George Eastman

Traveling is not about visiting places. It is like reading a book about different cultures. This gives us knowledge to understand other people.
Photography captures a moment, helps to prevent our remembrance. It uncovers the way we see the world.
Travel Photography is not just taking pictures, it is about making them to be part of the travel story.

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Berlin Wall

With the closure of the inner German border in 1952, West Berlin became the main route by which East German citizens left for the West. By 1961 approximately 20% of total population of the GDR (German Democratic Republic) migrated to the West. To prevent further mass emigration, in August 1961 the East German government began construction of the wall around the whole West Berlin.

my last trip:

Cayman Islands

Cayman Islands located south of Cuba have one of the highest standards of living among all the islands in the Caribbean. Indeed, being here you have impression as if visited these less populated parts of Florida in the USA. The streets are clean, safe, there are no robberies, and no one harasses visitors.

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New Orleans

Easy recognizable French heritage makes New Orleans the most unique city in the United States. The oldest district – like a melting pot – carries a mixed international heritage related to the history of this region.

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New Orleans Cemeteries

Numerous X signs can be found on the symbolic grave of Marie Laveau, the so-called “Voodoo Queen”. Voodoo originated as a set of spiritual folkways practiced by a group of slaves brought from Africa. It is still visible in New Orleans and cemeteries.

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Louisiana Plantations

In Louisiana, many reconstructed mansions allow to experience the lifestyles of the past, the era of rich plantations of the South. This was the period of slave labor in the cotton and sugarcane fields, which brought enormous profits and wealth of the slave owners. In the south of the United States slavery was a legal institution and the foundation of the local economy.