Kinshasa, the vibrant and somewhat chaotic capital city of the DR Congo. With its wide boulevards, scenic riverfront and bustling atmosphere, this city is rising from the shadows of oblivion. Camera: Samsung NX200 (+some few pictures with a Sony Z2).
A continent disguised as a country. Even scratching the surface of India could take a lifetime. My three weeks in northern India started with the wedding of my colleague and friend Deepak in Mumbai, before traveling to Delhi to meet my old college mate Salil. In the meantime, I took time to make stopovers in Udaipur, Jaipur, Agra and Varanasi. Camera: Nikon D70S
The land of the Queen of Sheba, where coffee originated from, is once again a fast-rising star on the international stage, with one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. This proud country has remained fiercely independent for 3000 years. Except for the few WW2 years of tentative Italian occupation, Ehtiopia was never colonized Although some historians dispute the veracity of the claims that the actual Ark of the Covenant is kept in Ethiopia, this country has a incredibly rich history. Pictures from Addis Ababa and Axum taken in 2005. Camera: Canon Ixus 300
Egypt, land of the Sphinx, the Pyramids and the mighty Pharaohs. This is one place that never fails to capture one’s imagination. These pictures are from Luxor and Cairo, taken during Christmas 2004. Camera: Canon Ixus 300
Maputo – a calm, pleasant and temperate city, just a few kilometers away from South Africa. Another one of the places where I constantly travel for business, and where I have managed to bring my camera a few times.
Andalucia in southern Spain. The only part of Europe with decent temperatures in December. My parents migrate there as climatic refugees during winter, and quite frankly, I prefer visiting them there for Christmas, than anywhere with a glacial arctic climate!
Luanda, capital of Angola and the world’s most expensive city for expatriates. When I visited on a business trip in 2008, this city was already undergoing a construction boom that has intensified since. Fueled by oil money, Angola is on the path toward becoming an economic giant in Africa.
A vibrant and somewhat chaotic city, where I lived for 1,5 years. As my friends and colleagues constantly cautioned me against travelling outside of Lagos, due to security risks, I never really got to explore this country much. Of the relatively few pictures I got, the ones I found worthy of sharing are from Benin City and Abeokuta.
My cold and beautiful home country. My collection of pictures from Norway confirms the rule that the inhabitants of a country are the worst at appreciating its beauty. This little handful of pictures is by no means at all representative of what Norway has to offer.