“Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow.”

— Imogen Cunningham

“This wallpaper is killing me. One of us has to go”

Oscar Wilde

I travel a lot for work and have stayed in hundreds of hotels over the years. After a while, they begin to look and feel the same. Some lack soul, some are quirky, most are anonymous and hard to remember. I take photos of the rooms and from the rooms, challenging myself to make them interesting.
Or whatever.


Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

The radiation is contained but the damage can’t be undone.
The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is like a disaster national park, where the remnants of villages and towns serve as attractions while nature slowly returns.

Roaming the deserted streets and buildings, one can’t help feeling like a time traveller exploring the world of 1986 when whole communities were deserted from one day to the next. The attraction to explore and sift through the wreckage looking for clues of the life that was, is strong, and compelling.

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Reception from above- Leica Building Wetzlar, Hesse, Germany