Van is not the kind of city you'd hang out in without a reason. At least not me. Considering that Van doesn't really have any famous attractions and it's in Turkey, a country with possibly more historic monuments and beautiful scenery than… well anywhere I can think of except India, why would you want even visit
From Cappadocia we headed to the North of Turkey. A quick border crossing to Georgia and back had Tanya’s visa renewed. Georgia is a country which I really, really want to travel around, but, when it’s warmer and less wet.
After 10 days we left Cappadocia. Tanya needed to get a visa extension to continue our stay in Turkey. I would have stayed longer, but… family first.
Cappadocia is as spectacular and otherworldly as the photos show. If you’re not a landscape photographer, Cappadocia will sure tempt you to be one.
We have finally hit the road again! I guess I’ve learnt that you can’t really make serious plans when traveling with a baby. We stayed in Çirali because my daughter got sick. Then I got sick and we stayed longer.
I am still in Çirali. My family has come to join me, but unfortunately Mia, my daughter got a little sick. Luckily, Çirali is a stunning place and I am not completely deprived of shooting something, while little Mia recovers.
I like to experiment and this drone stuff is no exception. Usually people use music with their drone videos. That's great, but often, the music doesn't convey the feel of the place as well as sound from that actual place does.
A bit over a week ago I conceived the somewhat crazy idea of popping over to Portugal and bringing my Landrover to Turkey. Portugal is over 4000 km from Turkey, which is not that close. By comparison, the furthest I'd driven into Africa from Europe was less than 3000 km, to Senegal
My journeys have taken me to a village around Assos. I came mainly to chill out a little in a great place I found on Airbnb and, to photograph the ancient ruins that Assos is famous for from above.