Wednesday, July 29, 2009


Some of them work because they have to support their families, some work to earn pocket money, some are sold into slavery, some just want to have fun and help their parents...
Benin, Abomey market

India, Jaipur A child working in rickshaw garage

A boy washing windscreen , Poland

Shepherd in Albanian mountains

Boy and girl helping their grandmother to collect hay, rural Poland


India, a boy collecting used cardboard

Boys fertilizing field with manure, rural Romania


Poland, children collecting used cardboard for sale

Thursday, July 23, 2009


Rybnik, Poland, my sister lives here

Rybnik, Poland, dinosaur park next to my sisters husband and hers surfing school

My favourite weekend destination in Belgium- La Roche en Ardenne

Saturday, July 18, 2009


Country formerly known as Burma
Anisakan waterfall

A Bagan temple

Irrawaddy river harbour in Mandalay

Sule Pagoda in Rangoon, again- former capital of Myanmar formerly known as Burma

Morning in Mandalay

A temple on Inle lake

More images from Myanmar, a country formerly known as Burma

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Voodoo traditional healers

Voodoo traditional healers,
In case of illness, visiting traditional healer is still much more popular in Africa than visiting regular doctor with proper education. The magic power of herbs, animal body parts and good or evil spirits is widely believed all over the continent. In West Africa, the knowledge about healing usually is passed from generation to generation. The images of Voodoo traditional healers were taken in Benin and Togo.
more images of Voodoo religion in Benin, West Africa

Mami Wata woman priest, the fluid that she spits is a mixture of herbs and alcohol, this ceremony is made to secure fertility

Traditional pharmacy, some animals body parts are used for healing

Traditional healer Salanon in Abomey

traditional healer Salanon with portraits of his father and grandfather, he claimed because his magic powers his father leaved over 200 years

Inside of Salanon's hut

Mami Wata woman-priest

young adepts after the ceremony in Aneho, Togo

Thursday, July 2, 2009

by the way 2

second part of by the way post
german -german border

polish - german border

german - netherlands border



dusseldorf rhein river shore

poland, highway built by hitler during ww2