After Schengen

The "After Schengen" project shows old border crossing points between different states in the European Union. After the Schengen agreement,...

Dinner time in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is not just one of the most populated cities in the world but also a city with the biggest number of Michelin star restaurants per square...

Everest Base Camp Trek

The Himalayas were always a dream for me. I wanted to discover the ultimate mountaineering destination for myself. My Sherpa, Pasang and I set out...

Explore: Weddings

A group of couples in Taiwan, a Zulu king and Swazi princess in South Africa, a priest and child bride in Ethiopia—National Geographic has been...

In Memoriam – Camille Lepage

Camille Lepage, a photographer and free reporter, was killed in May this year while working in the Central African Republic. Some of the members of...

Korea - Korea

Until recently, photographic views of North Korea were as controlled as the region itself. With Korea—Korea (Gestalten), the German...

Murals of Northern Ireland

People of Northern Ireland came up with a great idea to make a touristic image out of conflicts that have been shaking this country, especially...

New York, alone

New York, alone: Since the last few years, I am often traveling alone - new city, camera and several books. In October 2014 I happened to be in New...

Pocket Singapore

If you're not in Singapore for a million dollar job, then you have nothing to do here. Hotel rooms are like small boxes. You move around the city...

The Coldest Village on Earth

If you think that winter has already come to your city, pictures from Oymyakon, the coldest village on Earth, might change your mind. With the...

Weather Man

Vyacheslav Korotki is a man of extreme solitude. He is a trained polyarnik, a specialist in the polar north, a meteorologist. In the past thirty...

What makes Japan all that it is?

We all know at least something about the Land of the Rising Sun. Images of Tokyo's skyscrapers, crowds on enormous crosswalks, the entertainment...