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Why Visiting Buffalo on a Sunday Is A Terrible Idea (but Not for Photographers)

Why Visiting Buffalo on a Sunday Is a Terrible Idea (but Not for Photographers)

Visiting Buffalo was such a no brainer. I was at the Niagara Falls and on my way to New York City. Stopping in the second most populous city in the state of New York. Of course, I had to check it out and I had high expectations knowing this fact. But then I was wildly […]

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Time Travel and Street Art in Bulgaria – A Photo Diary

Time Travel and Street Art in Bulgaria – A Photo Diary

How did Bulgaria look like? I had no idea prior to my arrival. Maybe some old-fashioned houses, some typical Eastern European influence? I touched down in Sofia and was surprised. Everything looked rather familiar. If you had shown me a picture of some of the streets I curiously strolled along, I would have guessed them […]

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What you should know about bus travel in Bosnia and Herzegovina

What you should know about bus travel in Bosnia and Herzegovina

“Your ticket,” he was blurting out his words at me. Again? I just gave him my ticket. What receipt should I put into my taxes folder if the Bosnian bus driver took that one as well? He just looked at me with daggers in his eyes. He was a no nonsense man.

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Mostar’s Street Art – The Remains of War and Reminders of Hope

Mostar’s Street Art - The Remains of War and Reminders of Hope

What was in the cards of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s future, we wanted to know. “I have no hope,” our tour guide sighed with remorse. The war still sat deep in the bones of the country’s residents. It is a topic that should be touched with sensitivity but our guide didn’t hold back. He spilled it […]

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