This post contains a series of photographs from the Haniel spoil tip in Bottrop, Germany.
A retrospective on black&white photos taken in the last eleven years at the Tetrahedron, a spectacular landmark in Bottrop, Germany, including previously unpublished work.
This post contains a series of photographs from the Consolidation Coal Mine in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
One of the more spectacular sights on the Industrial Heritage Trail in Germany’s Ruhr Valley is the Henrichenburg Ship Lift, located in the small town of Waltrop. I visited this place on a sunny afternoon in January, and here are the photographs I took on this day.
If you take a boat for a ride along the coastline of the beautiful Mediterranean island Majorca, you’ll find that one its most mysterious and sometimes iconic features are the watchtowers, like the Talaia de Son Jaumell. Last fall, I had the opportunity to hike to one of those towers myself. The Talaia de Son Jaumell is situated the Es Telégraf, approximately 271 meters above the sea. On the way up, I occasionally stopped and took a couple of photos all of which I share in this post.