Way out in the Venetian Lagoon there's Burano, a tiny fishermen's island, and although it belongs to Venice it looks completely different. It’s been known for many many years for its colorful little houses which are reflected in the channels. The legend says that the fishermen have painted their houses so brightly so that they would find their way home in foggy nights or when they have had one too many.
On my first visit to the Delhi scrapyard I felt rather shy. I had no idea, how the people would receive me - me being a European tourist, a woman, a photographer. When I got out of the car my first impulse was jumping right back into the car as soon as I had set eyes on the many dirty workmen populating the streets and looking – what I thought quite hostile. What a misinterpretation!! READ MORE
“I’ve often questioned myself, why Europeans are so nuts about India. Why they want to be there, to travel there, to put up with everything there. Clearly, India is not just a different country, India is a different continent, a different planetary system... READ MORE
In July 2016 I visited Ladakh forth first time with a small group of photographers and our wonderful guide Jigmet. I was deeply impressed by the friendly people, the backdrop of the mighty mountains and the tiny monasteries sitting right on top of them.