The Humboldt Hotel in the Avila National Park (Venezuela) was built by the dictator Marcos Pérez Jiménez and is abandoned for more than 3 decades. Even in little houses for former securities of this luxury hotel, time seems to stand still.
“Trimm-Dich” was a sports movement in the 1970′s in Germany. After the economic boom, people tended to get obese. The state and health insurance companies spent money in building fitness parcours through the woods of Germany where people could make sport with wooden pieces of sports equipment. In nowadays, it’s hard to find people doing sports on these parcours.
Coming back to where you grew up is always something special. Although I don’t really sympathize with the culture of bavaria it always makes me sentimental to go back and feel the nature in it’s pureness. Hiking through the fields with the smell of cow dung in my nose.
Some backyard parking lot of a pharmacy in Los Palos Grandes, Venezuela.
This is the very first post of my visual diary (hopefully not diarrhea, although it sounds a bit similar to me). It will be a loose collection of photos that i took. Sometimes single ones and sometimes parts of bigger series that I am working on. Join the journey