Bali

Bali is this very ambivalent island. The wonderful nature and all the amazing temples are just stunning. And on the other hand everything is just so commercialized and full of tourists. I heard that Bali changed a lot. And I would have loved to see the Bali back in the days. Where there were only …

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New Delhi

New Delhi has a really bad image. And at some point I can definetely understand people who hate this city. Bt on the other hand, it is just so interesting and has a very special flair. Above all Old Delhi is a crazy place. The super small alleys and streets with thousands of people who …

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Chandigarh

Chandigarh is probably the most untypical Indian city. It was designed by the French architect le Corbusier and it’s structured in squares. The streets are big and everything looks neat and clean. There are no small alleys where you can find the normal Indian chaos. But it still has its charme, also because of its …

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Shimla

I personally have a deep relationshp to Shimla. Although I’ve never been there before, my father was born there almost 70 years ago. And this hill station is just an amazing place. Walking through the small streets with their old houses, enjoying a snack from the street vendors and enjoying the view over the Himalayas …

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Haridwar

Haridwar has probably the biggest fire ceremony (Aarti) at the Ganga, happening every day. Just stunning to watch all the people offering flowers and fire to the holy river and taking a dip in the water. Even if it is super crowded, the atmosphere is quite calm, relaxed and joyful. The town itself is also …

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Lovely Taj Mahal

Everybody should visit the Taj Mahal at least once in a lifetime. The building is just as amazing, as everybody tells you. With its snow white marble, unbelievable detailled mix of different types of architecture, its huge gardens and small water canals it creates an amazing atmosphere, where you can just sit and watch for …

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Fatehpur Sikri

These walls and halls were once part of the capital of the Mughal Empire, which nearly covered the whole Indian subcontinent. The emperors brought the Muslim culture and especially architecture with them from Central Asia and Persia, which still can be found in a lot places like Rajasthan, Hyderabad or Fatehpur Sikri. The most stunning …

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Rajasthan

India is huge, and so diverse. every 100 km culture, food, language and a lot more changes. I captured some moments in Rajasthan, probably one of the most colourful and scenic regions. Drop me a message if you have any questions about photos or cities. Udaipur Jodhpur Jaisalmer Pushkar Jaipur

Mumbai

India is huge, and so diverse. every 100 km culture, food, language and a lot more changes. I captured some moments in Mumbai a thriving and unbelieveable big city, where you still can find calm places to pause for a moment. Drop me a message if you have any questions about photos or cities.

South India

India is huge, and so diverse. every 100 km culture, food, language and a lot more changes. I still tried to fit in the ‘whole’ Southern part of the subcontinent. These are some of my shots I took during the trip through the South India. The cities are in chronological order. Feel free to get …

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