A friend’s cottage on the Gruň ridge in the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains is a beautiful piece of land. A place where you don’t meet a single living soul all day if you want. The place where time stood still. Through the following photos, you can visit this beautiful region at least virtually.
The situation in which the vast majority of the planet is right now is not similar to anything I have had the honor to experience in my life so far. The greater challenge was to document such situation with my camera. I admit that I had no idea how to approach this at first, and I was not at all satisfied with the first results. In the end, however, I managed to catch a breath of inspiration and this is the first batch from this series.
My first visit to Malaysia was special in itself – it was a honeymoon. This time more personal photographs were taken in the country`s capital, Kuala Lumpur, the provincial town of Ipoh and the island of Langkawi.
A photo diary from a two-day visit to Sofia, Bulgaria, the Rila Monastery, the Stob Pyramids and Blagojevgrad in October 2019.
Karpathos is a tiny island in the Aegean Sea, which at first glance is no different from the rest of the picturesque Greek islands. But the island had something special about it. And I tried to capture that with a few photos.
When I first thought about Ireland, somewhat stereotypically, Guinness and U2 came to my mind. In addition to the delicious stout and decent music, however, the Irish capital offers a great atmosphere and is generally a very nice place to spend time with the camera around your neck.
This country located in South Caucasus is a relatively exotic destination for Czechs, but thanks to the bleak history we shared as a part of the Soviet Union, one can find many well-known elements, both societal and architectural. This photo journal entry captures my first, but certainly not the last, visit.
Short weekend trip to the famous tramp settlement and favorite camping destination near Prague.
A leisurely walk through Dejvice and Hradčany after an early end to one of the better working days.
Hong Kong, like Taiwan, is a place extremely close to my heart. In my opinion, nowhere in the world will you find such a unique combination of different cultures and traditions associated with endless pursuit of success and social recognition. Not for nothing, Hong Kong is considered a street photographer’s paradise.