Rauma photo shooting vol.1
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Rauma photo shooting vol.1

Rauma je relatívne maličké mesto učupené na pobreží Botnického zálivu, kde žije približne 40.000 ľudí. Historické centrum sa skladá z množstva drevených domčekov, zapísaných v UNESCO. V Okolí mesta sú krásne zelené lesy s machom (a hubami) a v prístave na pobreží parkujú lodičky, prechádzajú sa ľudia a kempujú dovolenkujúci Fíni v karavanoch. Staré mesto: … Continue reading

Prvé dojmy
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Prvé dojmy

V Raume máme  leto, to znamená krásnych 18 stupňov, zubaté slniečko a vetrík pofukujúci od mora. Predčasne vyťahujeme naše jesenné bundy, u nás predsa leto vyzerá úplne inak, ale mnohým Fínom je fajn. Oblečení v kraťasoch posedávajú pri riečke s nahodenou udicou, mladé Fínky v elesťákoch a športových tričkách šliapu do pedálov bicyklov, staršia generáciu … Continue reading

Back to Stone Age in Meymand, Iranian nomad village
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Back to Stone Age in Meymand, Iranian nomad village

After exhausting Yazd visit saturated with ancient wisdom we traveled to city called Sirjan, not a tourist place at all, however very special though. Hamed, our young Iranian friend, lives there and we were very glad to spend extra 5 hours in the bus and visit him in his hometown. Good thing about going to non-touristy place is that local … Continue reading

In the land of windcatchers, clay and Zoroastrians
IRAN / TRAVELS

In the land of windcatchers, clay and Zoroastrians

Yazd, clay dry city in the Southern Iran, the capital of Yazd province, is one of my sweetest memories. This place is magical, I wish these pictures could reveal all that beauty, cleverness and inteligence of ancient Persian people. The windcatchers (baghirs), huge towers catching the wind were used to cool the interior of the building, something similar to … Continue reading

Hello, Islamic republic of Iran
IRAN / TRAVELS

Hello, Islamic republic of Iran

I like countries that people know very little about; countries towards which people have stupid prejudices, fears and unjustified concerns. Iran is definitely one of them, although frankly speaking it’s one of the safest countries for travelers in this globe, besides being historically rich and absorbing with beautiful mosque’s mosaics. Sadly the media are omnipotent and we read … Continue reading