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Mongolia Highlights

Jun – July 2019 A selection of my favorite photos from a two week Mongolia road trip. Mongolia offers incredible raw natural beauty and in many places it seems that time has stood still. Traveling deep into the country is not for those who seek comfort and luxury. The rewards are an experience that only …

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Tana Toraja – Sulawesi

Tana Toraja is a region protected beyond the lofty mountains and rugged granite cliffs of the central highlands of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. It is the home of the Toraja people, an ethnic group indigenous to a mountainous region of South Sulawesi. The nobility of Toraja are believed to be descendants of heavenly beings …

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Sisemba – Tana Toraja, Sulawesi

September 2020 Sisemba in Toraja language means kicking each other’s feet and is a foot fighting game. This tradition is held as a feast after the rice harvest and to show gratitude for an abundant harvest.   Sisemba is played by two teams: the villagers who host the harvest feast and the residents of neighboring …

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December 2020 – January 2021 For a few weeks I had enjoyed watching different bats fly through our plantation, visiting mostly banana and papaya trees. They were drinking nectar from the banana flowers and feeding on ripe papayas.   As I studied their behavior around the trees and started to observe often clearly defined flying …

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Wolotopo – Ende, Flores

Wolotopo – Ende, Flores Wolotopo is a traditional village of the Lio tribe and is built into a quite steep hillside along the south coast. The people here still strongly adhere to their adat and keep their traditional ceremonial houses in good shape. Ikat weaving is practiced by almost every household.  

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