Ray of light

Posted in Germany, Street

Berlin – Germany – August 2017

Don’t disturb me

Posted in Men at work, Night, Sri Lanka

Kandy – Sri Lanka – March 2017

Low-Fi Sunday – #4 – Berlin Holocaust memorial

Posted in Architecture, Germany, Low-Fi

Berlin – Germany – August 2017

Colombo

Posted in Sri Lanka

Colombo – Sri Lanka – March 2017

Colombo – Sri Lanka – March 2017

Waiting for the wedding guests

Posted in Sri Lanka

Colombo – Sri Lanka – March 2017

Low-Fi Sunday – #3 – Minimalistic

Posted in Germany, Low-Fi, Surrealism

Berlin – Germany – August 2017

Israel and Palestine galleries ready…

Posted in Gallery, Israel, Palestine
Jerusalem - Israel - June 2017

Difficult (10 images to select)

Posted in Decisive, Sri Lanka, Street

It was a rainy afternoon in Jaffna, the light was near to perfect. I discovered a corner and a wonderful wall. Shot far too much images and managed to produce a smaller choice of 10.

From my point of view 10 are still too much, what do you think? What are the real good moments; the keepers, and which one could be removed?

Busstop

Posted in Dogs, Sri Lanka, Street

Matale – Sri Lanka – March 2017

Sri Lanka – Woman at work (3 images)

Posted in Men at work, Sri Lanka, Uncategorized

Batik factory in Matale

Taxi Driver in Matale – Sri Lanka

Posted in Portrait, Sri Lanka

Our driver in Matale at Dad’s Dad’s Holiday home,¬†highly recommended!

Aluvihara – Sri Lanka – March 2017

Rohingya

Posted in Burma, Portrait, Reportage

It is time for an exception. I re-post this portrait from 2010 now in colour. This is unusual for me but I would like to send out a message today.

Back in 2010, I was in Sittwe (Myanmar) on a market, a boy was going around. The people there, they did not appreciate his appearance on the market. The men hit him, this small Rohingya boy probably only was looking something to eat.

These days we learn the Rohingya’s are escaping from Myanmar, they are not welcome in Bangladesh and India. The world today still has dark sides far away from our safe homes, I hope the Rohinga’s find a safe harbour soon!

— Click on image for full size image…

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