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Colombia – Part 7: Flashback

Colombia – Part 7: Flashback

This last part of my Colombian photo stories is a short flashback. In general, I was surprised how many people spoke English, especially on the Caribbean coast. I expected less people to do so, as I have experienced it that way in Ecuador, Perú and Bolivia earlier. However, it might still be quite hard to get around the country without speaking any Spanish.

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Syn City – Stadt, die nicht sein darf

Syn City – Stadt, die nicht sein darf

Rock'n'Roll maddafucker! On April 8, 9 and 10, the play "Syn City – Stadt, die nicht sein darf" will be broadcasted on syncitylive.ch, live from Theater Neumarkt in Zurich. The livestream is provided by me and my fellow students at Zurich University of the Arts, major Cast / Audiovisual Media. The official trailer of the livestream as well as many more videos, such as portraits of the main characters, are available on the YouTube channel. News and more information on the Facebook page. Trailer: Portrait of Berlin-based theater collective "Das Helmi":

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Sarek National Park

Sarek National Park

There we go, a short timelapse video, trying to show a tiny bit of Sweden's endless beauty. The shots were taken mainly in Sarek National Park, but at some other locations too. We took a four-day trip to Sarek National Park in the far north of Sweden, walked about 100 km within a 72 hour timespan, and hence were able to see what's likely to be the most beautiful views we've ever seen.

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Latin America – Part 9: La Paz & Flashback

Latin America – Part 9: La Paz & Flashback

I've got quite some words left, but hardly any photos from these last days. So here's a short timelapse clip, followed by the end of the story. On Thursday morning we took the 9 am bus to La Paz. After an hour or something, everyone had to leave the bus and get on a boat, while the bus was being moved across a leg of the lake with another boat. After another couple hours we arrived in La Paz around 1 pm. The bus route coming from the west offers an impressive view of the whole city, spreading its buildings all across hills and valleys, as so many South American cities do. We walked to a bed & breakfast called […]

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