And we did it again. This time it is Nomad’s turn. She has been nominated for ‘The Viking’, the Press Award of Scandinavia for her images of Lapland. The winner of the Press Award will be announced on June 2nd 2016Continue reading
Meridian Travel Magazine – We went to visit the last king of Ireland. It was a strange journey. The king fulminated against the sea, the bartender lay drunk under the table. And the hotel door was constantly locked. And then there was some talk of something being covered in blood.Continue reading
Meridian Travel Magazine – There is little left of the rich Jewish life in Tarnow after the Second World War. Yet Tarnow is a city where a remarkable love story begins. We traveled from the flowered town of Zalispie to Tarnow with its ink-black history.Continue reading
Meridian Travel Magazine – Hallingdal is a charming area between Oslo and Bergen, and very suitable for not too experienced skiers as Mrs Villager. At least… that was what Nomad thought. But the truth is different one.Continue reading
Meridian Travel – 2015
Ronda – Maybe the most romantic town of Spain. Full of poets, Robin Hoods and Moorish princesses in love. And of course 92 year old flirting grandma’s.
Meridian Travel – 2015
Berlin – The German capitol carries a tremendous historical weight on its shoulder. Depending on where you are, views on history may shift.
Meridian Travel – 2014
Iceland is the land of ravens and polar foxes. Of people withstanding, of water falls, geysers and glaciers. Nested on tectonic plates the landscape could be different again tomorrow.
Grande magazine – 2012
Extremadura – The name Extremadura means extra tough. This ruthless bone dry land made many people leave. For life was extremely tough here. Nowadays it offers beautiful cities and magnificent landscapes.
NRC Next – 2011
Las Médulas – What can you do if your village is slowly dying out? If the young women leave and the men are left behind – unmarried – to take care of the livestock? In Spain you organize a caravan of love.
Published in oneWorld – 2011
They help their parents out in their Chinese restaurant or run their own. Whether they are born here or immigrated from China, these young women are determined to make it in Holland.