Gimme Five! – Half a decade of SQ Club in Poznan

Along the lines of Fight for your Right to party! Poznan-based SQ Club celebrated its fifth year of existence. People still remember last year, when British DJ legend John Digweed was delighting the Polish crowd to the max. Following in those footsteps, SQ booked already booked other heavyweights to play the birthday year, for example Hernan Cattaneo, M.A.N.D.Y.… Read More

xflo:w annual photo calendar 2011

Time is flying and again Santa Claus and the New Year’s Eve bash are already in sight. Thus far at the end of a year I released a photo calendar exclusively produced for Berlin-based business consulting company economind. That is still the case but from now I am additionally producing my own annual photo calendar having the same high quality… Read More

Lost in Berlin’s BerMuDa triangle

When hearing a Berliner speaking of BerMuDa then against all things called geography knowledge the speech is still about the Spree River-based techno Eldorado and not about the archipelago close to North America. In wet and cold November palms are not swaying in the wind, hence climatically seen perfect conditions to have a big indoor bash in Tempelhof’s old airplane hangars.… Read More

Audioriver weekender 2010 – When all dikes are breaching…

Whether in terms of high water or emotions, thus far 2010 was a literally overflowing year for the Polish people. Fortunately the big flood has gone, the dikes framing Vistula River aren’t huffing and puffing anymore and also the beavers can breathe a sigh of relief, as this time they surely can’t be blamed for the waves (of visitors) flooding the area around Płock.… Read More

On top of Africa – The Ethiopian Highlands

The Abyssinian highlands are the final stop for the cloudy water mass that finally feeds the source of the legendary Blue Nile. Its most dramatic region is the area around the Simien Mountains, whose volcanic origin is letting plants thrive and prosper that well that even baboons convert to vegetarianism.… Read More

Gondar – Little Ethiopia

When wandering through the streets of Gondar then you don’t only meet the royal palace. In many aspects and situations you will inevitably become an eye witness of a unique history and its achievements clashing with today’s African society. You’ll experience Ethiopia in small Read More

Hewn into the bare Rocks – The Churches of Lalibela

Millions of years ago the Ethiopian highlands got unfolded by volcanic activity. There, at an altitude of 2500m, the village of Lalibela is located. It is home to unique churches that are originating from the idea to build a second Jerusalem and became hewn into the bare red hard basalt lava rock.… Read More

Ethiopia – Cradle of mankind

Without doubt East Africa is the cradle of mankind and also Ethiopia has its stake in this unique development. The country’s beauty isn’t as apparent as hay swimming on the surface; it has to be discovered by big adventure. Buckets with Sangria, animators jumping around uncoordinatedly and parties for singles are foreign words here.… Read More

Continental Drift en miniature – The Lava Lake of Erta Ale

Real lava lakes are a rare sight on our planet. Over all there are only a handful currently active and of course somehow they have to be accessible to stand at its crater rim. In Ethiopia’s Danakil Depression one of the most beautiful, majestic and mystic of its kind can be seen, the lava lake of Erta Ale volcano Read More

Dusting pointless… On the go through Danakil Desert

The debate about the hottest place on Earth is presumably as old as humanity itself. People believing their bedroom among the top 10 of those places will be disappointed when hearing about places like Ethiopia’s Danakil desert, where the sun begins to singe everything having a heartbeat while at 9:30 in the morning West Europeans get ready to enjoy their second breakfast.… Read More