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  • Northeast Iceland in the picture

    Aug 29, 2017

    Northeast Iceland – They cherish desolation, even seek solitude or never leave the quiet bay where they were once born. It is not that they do not like people or want to turn their back to the world, it’s just that they prosper in tranquility and silence. Nevertheless life can be harsh when shops, schools and fish factories are closing down. Part 2 of a series of portraits of islanders and their surroundings. This time, Northeast Iceland in the picture.

  • Antwerp, 7 things to know before you go

    Aug 29, 2017

    Antwerp – Antwerp is a special city. Every time you get here, it seems to have changed. Possibly because of the many pop-ups, new stories and wonderful meetings. But Antwerp also has places with a permanent nature such as the Jain temple, the chocolate palace and the ever so sad story of Nello and Patrache.

  • Tim Hofman opens Indian School for Justice

    Aug 29, 2017

    Mumbai – Early April, Tim Hofman, a Dutch tv personality, poet, and ambassador for Free a Girl flew to India for a particularly just project: The opening of the School for Justice. Photographer Nomad went along with him. Villager stayed sadly behind, but was granted an interview after he set back foot on dutch soil.

  • The Jews of Tarnow

    Aug 29, 2017

    Poland – There is little left of the rich Jewish history of Tarnow after the Second World War. Yet Tarnow is the city where a remarkable love story begins. Between a Jewish woman and a Catholic man. Imprisoned in Auschwitz, they manage to escape together. They lose each other and find each other once again almost 40 years later.

  • The richdom of farmer Jóhannus in Trøllanes

    Aug 28, 2017

    Trøllanes – How far away from civilization can you live and where do you feel at home? To the young sheep farmer Jóhannus, the centuries old village of Trøllanes on the Faroe Islands has it all. Just like it had for his ancestors who arrived 500 years ago. “What more does a man need?”