• The Flaneur – On the art of exploring a city

    We’re rushing through streets nearly every day, trying to get from A to B in the fastest way possible. This is especially the case when you’re living in bigger cities like Berlin, for example. Hectic is our constant companion on our day to day tours, causing stress, exhaustion and sometimes even anxiety, with no remorse.…

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  • In Hindsight: On mobile Photography📱

    It’s been more than eight months since I’ve been to Morocco and rediscovered photography in the form of mobile photography. What once started out by accident ( click here to read how it all started ), slowly but steady became a new habit and developed into a new and very exciting way of exploring, expressing…

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  • Mobile Photography – Why I started using my iPhone

    Well, there is a pretty simple and reasonable explanation to this: I started shooting with my iPhone because I’m lazy! But don’t get me wrong I mean lazy in a practical way. I just grew tired of having to carry my heavy and bulky camera around with me all the time, trying hard to not…

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  • A black and white image of a palm on a square in Marrakech, Morocco - © Alexandre Kurek - allcitiesarebeautiful.com

    Washing up a melancholic Truth – A rainy day in Marrakech

    It was almost as if the rain had washed away any traces of an identity we – the tourists, travelers, photographers, writers – gave Marrakech over the years, and had now revealed a much more accurate truth of a city usually depicted as way more colorful and exciting than it really is. But not that…

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