Odessa is an important city historically, and its harbour still is an important one on the Black Sea. A lot of its architecture is based on Western European styles, but its rough edges are what make the city truly unique. This mixture of industry, infrastructure and abandoned buildings are central to this series.
The historical center of Veliko Tarnovo pays little mind to the town’s importance to modern-day Bulgaria. Instead, its sleepy streets and stacked homes seem to have frozen in time.
While modern-day Athens hardly resembles the ancient Greek culture, its archaeological sites scattered around the city are the unmistakable proof of days gone by. Sunset is by far the best moment of the day to visit and capture these remains, when the marble acquires a golden glow.
Every city is a three-dimensional mosaic of colors and surfaces. This take on ”the city’ can be recognized in these cityscapes in Southern France, where the blue sky, the white walls and the red rooftops dominate the mosaic.
The Dutch landscape is dotted with friendly looking, little villages. Amongst those, the small town ‘de Rijp’ stands out as one of the most beautiful, its miniature canals and bridger making it look like Amsterdams little cousin. In the afternoon light of March, the town’s rooftops to come to life with a bright orange glow.