Cyprus is a unique country in Europe, being divided into a Greek Cypriot and Turkish part with a border literally slicing streets and buildings in halves in the capitol. The strong contrasts in this series symbolize this artificial division of two once interwoven cultures.
This train depot in the outskirts of Budapest was built in 1959, but the trains that were left there, are much older. Traces of red stars and German inscriptions denote a past involving both Nazi-Germany and the Soviet-Union.
The contrasts in Iceland are large, from vulcanic black to snow white and everything in between. This series was shot in June 2015 during a nine-day roadtrip through the south of the country.
Reykjavik, the northernmost capital of the world, seems to mimic the desolate nature that surrounds her. Creations of local artists add to her appeal.
Riga is known for its Art Nouveau architecture. More thourough exploration of the city, however, reveals a mosaic of foreign influences, oppsoing stylers often standing side by side.
Noord-Italië is known as the prosperous part of the country. Fashion, design en film dominate the image of this region. As if it is anything but ordinary. Six photos portray the unpolished sides of Padua, Turin, Venice, Genova and Cremona.