A hidden restaurant between temples and tudigongs in Guangzhou, China. If you are lucky an old, bearded chinese man comes out and gives you the best advice on how to cook noodles.
A lively shopping area in Seoul, Korea. But where’s the kimchi?
This is inside the huge Hangzhou East Railway Station. As with many places in China you feel like being in the future. The station is a high-speed rail hub, which became operational on 1 July 2013. The Hangzhou metropolitan area holds over 22 million people.
Couple and pregnancy photoshooting with the perfect kiss aligned with the breathtaking sunset.
I photographed this beautiful, intimate elopement with Annika &Stefan near Cologne, Germany.
Das 2. Foto vom Fotoshooting während Annikas Schwangerschaft. Danke an das verliebte Paar Stefan und Annika.
Das war ein wunderbares Fotoshooting im Sommer mit Annika & Stefan. Ich danke euch für die Zeit und die schönen Fotos, die dabei herausgekommen sind.
This is not Paris. I visited this slightly smaller Eiffel Tower in Tianducheng, China.
Contrary to many news sites, it is not abandoned. Many people live inside the french replica houses. There are shops, restaurants and a lot of game centers for children around the town.
Is this subway in Seoul under construction or art?
Taken from the Shanghai Tower (上海中心大厦). Can you spot any of the 26 million inhabitants?
I found this dragonfly in Wuyishan, China.
But I could not understand what it said because of its weird accent.
Chongqing in China is the most populated municipality in the world, with over 31 million people. While visiting Chongqing you can certainly feel how huge the city is.
This is a super hi-res panorama I took from the Pipa Mountain Park.
The unfamous Pink Alley in London.
I set my time machine on “random” and ended up in 2029, taking this Large format photo in London’s Canary Wharf on the Isle of Dogs.
The Fujian Tulou are the best preserved and most representative examples of the tulou of the mountainous regions of south China. The large dramatic earthen defensive buildings, built between the 13th and 20th centuries are an extraordinary reflection of the Hakka settlement.
I took this photo from the mountains close by.
I took this photo inside one of the oldest Tulou Clusters in Fujian, China.
These buildings in China are a UNESCO World Heritage, since they are up 700 years old and still habited by the Hakka people.
I took this panorama of 12 photos on my last travel to China.
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3 Minutes after the sun rises from behind the Alishan mountains, you get this view over Taiwan.