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Early 2024 we are spreading our wings again and are exited to travel to the furthest corner of the world.

Follow us on a thousands of kilometers long journey through Argentina and Chile. From the ice-blue glaciers in the far south of Tierra del Fuego to the driest desert in the world in the north of Chile.

Granted, New York is busy and noisy, but it is overwhelming. And then in the superlative! With 8.5 million inhabitants, New York is the largest city in the United States.
Many buildings, monuments and views are world famous and there is also a lot to discover in the field of viewing platforms, such as the 'Transcendence' on

the 93rd floor of OnevanderBildt. 30,375 square feet of mirrors create a sense of boundless space, where you emerge into a structureless world of reflections.

The energy we feel during our stay in NYC cannot be found in any other city in the world.

Recently I was back in Turkey, I was back in Istanbul. Here in 1978 I photographed one of my first assignment travel reports. And of course the city has changed and grown enormously in those more that 4 decades, but what has remained is the authentic atmosphere. Especially in the old town Stamboul and around the Galata Bridge.

A colorful mix of Europe and Asia, of west and east!

New-Zealand, almost the same size as England, is one of the most islolated and least populated countries in the world. It is a country of great contrasts.

Geological forces have created a spectacular landscape dominated by mountains, sapphire lakes, scenic fjordscoasts, active volcanoes and glaciers.

All this, in combination with the Maori-culture and the most exotic wildlife, makes

New-Zealand a paradise for nature- and travel photographers.

Descending into a volcano is virtually impossible in practice. After an eruption, the residual liquid rock solidifies in the main vent and magma chamber, sealing off al acces. Even so, there is apparently one exception...

An adventure in the footsteps of Jules Vernes!

For over 40 years, I am a dedicated user of Nikon camera's and lenses. Because the era of DSLR (digital single lens

reflex) camera's is coming to an end, I recently start a new chapter with a new Nikon-Z gear.

200,000 years ago, a massive volcanic eruption blew away the top of the island of Tenerife. What was left behind was a crater of 176 square kilometers...

I have always been fascinated by volcanoes, ever since learning about them at school. I have visited volcanoes in Indonesia, Chile, Bolivia, Greece, Canary Islands, New-Zealand and Iceland.

Howerver, experiencing a volcano eruption up close was still high on my wish list but I knew this was a long shot, as the opportunities to do that safely are rare. The eruption in the Geldingadalur valley in Iceland that started in March 2021 offered the opportunity to observe this natural spectacle up close in a safe way.

Te Puia o Whaakari is the only active marine volcano in New-Zealand and part of the Taupo Volcanic Zone. In this zone, the Pacific- and Indian-Australian tectonic plates clash with each other and the earth's crust is pushed into the earth mantle.

Read the report (incl. video) of our spectacular helicopter landing and hike in the active crater...

Location: Alaska

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About 50 miles north of Anchorage, just outside the small town of Palmer, Knik Glacier Tours have their Base Camp. From there, on the River Knik, we sail upstream in an airboat to Inner Lake George. This lake measures more than 15 square miles and is filled with icebergs and ice floes.

The view of te ice landscape here is so vast that it is beyond description. 

Nothing provides a thrill quite like seeing bears in the wild in Alaska!

Every summer bears come down to the rivers to gorge on salmon. With their sharp claws and teeth, they catch a salmon from the river and devour it in short time. Bears build up a layer...


On an Arctic exploration cruise adventurte we experienced the magnificent raw beauty of Greenland, the largest island on earth. The sea journey with several calls, gave us the ultimate opportunity to discover some of Greenland's most wonderful scenery.

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Taking the wheel of a 4 wheel drive in our hands gives us the freedom to explore the interior of Iceland on our own terms and schedule, in summer and winter!

The morning mist clears lazily as it slowly reveals the untouched landscape of the 5 miles long Magdalena Fjord.

Situated on the northwest coast of the island Spitsbergen, we found ourselves less than 600 NM from the frosty North Pole...

This iceberg, calved from Valdez Glacier in Alaska, seems to be the result of human work. In reality it is eroded to this form by the action of tide, wind and weather. 

The Valdez Glacier lies almost forgotten just outside the port of Valdez in south-central Alaska.

To see a jumping whale is high on the wish list of anyone.

Interview by Jón Thorsteinsson and published on the Iceland Travel Blog Stuck in Iceland and in the online Icelandic newspaper Morgunbladid.

Interview about glacier photography published in Paper Memories Magazine.

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