Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Kosovo children

Captions on photoshelter archive- just click an image

Monday, December 21, 2009

On the road to Arctic Circle

Sea on the road from Iceland to Arctic Circle island Grmisey

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Friday, December 11, 2009

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Saturday, November 28, 2009

2007 Essen

Love Parade after being moved from Berlin

Monday, November 16, 2009

One more set of oldies

This time from Croatia.
Road blocked because of plane transport


Abandoned village with all the buildings and church destroyed during war. There was one old woman living in the ruins of her house. She said to me and my girlfriend that she has problems buying food because there is no public transport to the nearest town. She started crying, we left her 2 boxes full of food.



beautiful sky and bus

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Morocco scans

Some of my favourites scans from my last trip to Morocco. Below the images you will find a link to 43 more in my online archive.

more images from Marrakesh and High Atlas mountains, Morocco

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Getting personal...

During my own wedding I shot these polaroid portraits of all our guests. Here are some of my favorites:
A friend of mine, great photographer

A very good friend of mine with his girlfriend, we know each other for over 20 years

Another friend, he came without his wife because she is in the 9th month...

My aunt

My sister with her husband windsurfer and an Olympic Games champion

Bro' of my wife

Monday, October 26, 2009

Teaser from Morocco

I haven't been posting for a while.
First I was busy organizing my own wedding (oh yes, since 17th.10 I have a wife)
Then I went for a short trip to Marocco, where I fell ill :-((
Here is a small teaser from Berber market in High Atlas Mountains. This image was shot digitally. Most of the stuff during the trip I shot on slide film. I'll post more as soon as I develop and scan the photos.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Fun to shoot but..

Demos are always fun to shoot, but I noticed certain pattern of my feelings during the demos. At the very beginning I almost always support the demonstrators. As soon as they start smashing windows, burning rubbish and throwing rocks. I hate them and finally I end up being against their cause

A friend of mine from Poznan, Poland had his lens smashed by a policeman, the next day his picture appeared in one of UK rags with caption "gotcha! the policeman grabs an aggressive demonstrator" He later got money back for the lens and apologies from Police, how civilized!