Volcanic Farmlands of Nicaragua

This January I traveled to Nicaragua to work on my first international photo assignment for a big construction company. Even though I was focused on getting the job done, I was able to shoot new blog material. I visited unusual areas off the beaten track. Farmlands nestled between stunning volcanic nature reserves as well as lush green landscapes of gold mountains and massive lakes. Read More

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Over Treetops & Sunsets

The pinnacle of Costa Rica’s continental divide, Monteverde, is a hub for nature enthusiasts, thriving ecotourism, and outdoor adventure. From great hikes, hanging bridges, and breathtaking scenery to extreme adrenaline canopy zip lines above the treetops, this cloud forest has plenty to offer its visitors. Read More

Chasing Waterfalls

From the slopes of the Poás Volcano in the central highlands of Costa Rica, 5 striking waterfalls make their way through lush, exuberant gardens and wild vegetation. Both cloud forest and rain forest co-exist in this vibrant area, rich in bio diversity. At La Paz Waterfall Gardens you will find the world’s largest butterfly observatory… Read More

Herradura’s Tranquil Waters

Herradura is a calm “horseshoe” shaped beach nestled between the warm waters of the Pacific and the tropical rainforest on the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. It has become a nice place to escape to for those limited on time, given its close proximity to the capital San José. The area has seen a… Read More

The Sublime Beauty of the Canadian Rockies

“No scene has ever given me an equal impression of inspiring solitude and rugged grandeur” Walter Wilcox, explorer of the Canadian Rockies. – The final chapter of my solo traveling adventure through Canada began with a foggy and rainy bus drive from Calgary Airport onto Banff National Park. The mountains slowly began revealing parts of… Read More

Québec City’s Old World Charm

The crown jewel of French Canada, Québec City, was born in 1608 and has ever since been a truthful daughter to its European motherland. Being one of the oldest settlements in North America, Québec is a living museum with its cobblestone streets, picturesque 17th century architecture and charming squares. The spectacular Château Frontenac emerges proudly… Read More

The Colours of Montréal

San Francisco meets Paris, that’s the feeling I got as I wandered the streets of stunning Montréal. Filled with life and motion, the photogenic 18th-century facades of Vieux Montréal give way to an ever growing cosmopolitan city. Montréal brings the charms of old Europe to the new world, making the second largest city in Canada… Read More

The Gothic Beauty of Canada’s Capital

Nestled on the banks of the impressive Ottawa, Rideau and Gatineau Rivers, Canada’s capital is an absolute beauty. The postcard perfect Parliament rises atop The Hill, a limestone rock formation that for hundreds of years served as a landmark for First Nations and later on, European traders. The Parliament construction began on 1859 becoming the… Read More

The Roaring Waters of Niagara

Niagara Falls’ iconic thunderous sound as the water goes over and lands at the bottom, is a persistent demonstration to every visitor, of their gushing brutal power. They were formed 12,000 years ago during the last ice age and are actually composed of three falls: American, Bridal Veil and Horseshoe. Its name comes from the Iroquois… Read More