Monthly Archives: June 2019

prints from Tajikistan

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It took me a while to figure out whether I wanted to make these photos available here or not. After all they were from Tajikistan, a country that I had never walked through, having spent a week there while waiting for my Turkmen visa in the summer of 2017. So was Tajikistan part of The […]


fabulous theropods

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Just wanted to let you know that I’m not alone up here. These two are with me: They wish it to be known that they probably had lips to cover their teeth. And, being basically very large (and very dangerous) ostriches, they probably also had feathers. They had them not in order to be able […]


The Longest PopSocket

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I just got done with Game Of Thrones. My verdict: watching GOT is like having sex with a very attractive (and rather kinky) person who gets tired about half-way through and ends up denying you an orgasm. But seriously, it was awesome for about four seasons, then it started to slump (yet it still had […]


prints from Uzbekistan

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Space is nice. The only thing that’s been a little bit difficult is the breathing. There is just not that much air in the cosmos. And so I am up here, floating. Meanwhile, the Uzbekistan album is online: I spent 102 days walking through Uzbekistan, from Tashkent on December 14th 2016 to the time I […]


prints from Kyrgyzstan

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People have been asking when I will return from space. The answer is: I don’t know. What I do know is that the Kyrgyzstan album just went online: I didn’t spend much time walking through this country – a mere 9 days and 130km. But I went there a few other times before and after […]