Look at this tragic update about the right wing coup in Bolivia, backed by US government. All the huge achievements and successes under Morales are in danger. Military and police are allowed to shoot, to murder peaceful protesters. This is a repetition of other right coups supported by the US government and CIA. Terrible, terrible. Poor bolivian people! www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7oJmX6DuX8
Cuba - 2020, album created on February 28, 2020
In Cuba for the 5th time, maybe the last time. A journey to old and mainly new places, we went from Santiago de Cuba to Baracoa - Moa - Rafael Freyre - Holguin - Manati - Camagüey - Moron - Remedios/Caibarien - Sagua la Grande - Cardenas - Hershey/Camilo Cienfuegos - Havana. Architecture (a lot of Art Deco), sugar mills (mostly abandoned), railway facilities and steam locomotives were the main subjects.
weird scenes inside the cement works, album created on March 30, 2020
new album from 4 older explorations in the abandoned huge cement works Rodaun in Kaltenleutgeben near Vienna, blasted away in the meantime.....
Caribbean, album created on December 28, 2019
A trip through some caribbean islands, Aruba, Curacao, Bonaire, Grenada, Barbados, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Dominica, Guadaloupe and Antigua, some impressions of in a way very different islands.
- May 5, 2019GEOSETTER writes GPS-coordinates in your EXIF-data Geosetter is an easy to use tool for georeferencing your photos, which means writing GPS-coordinates in the EXIF-data. It works from Windows 7 to 10. Internet Explorer or Egde is usually installed with Windows and works in the background to visualize maps in Geosetter, so you have not to care about it and you can use any other browser you want, like Firefox. You can use OSM-map as well as Google Maps to position your photos. Be sure, it’s a pro…
Cuba, album created on April 13, 2008
The last trips with the old Minolta X700 (scanned slides) in 2005 and 2007.