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Germany – Nürnberg | Story | July 2018

Chimney Climbing

From the archives. A short story from a men who climbed the old Tucher brewery chimney before it was blown up. Originally published on www.gesichterderstadt.wordpress.com in the year 2011.
Germany | Urban Stroll | July 2011

Placelessness

In search of nature in the strictly cultural environment of the city. Simply isolated by the frame of the viewfinder.
Germany – Nürnberg | Miscellaneous | July 2018

Of cold cabinets and rushing seas.

An unplanned trip to the sea.
Italy – Matera | Urban Stroll | October 2017

Sassi di Matera

With a long history of first human settlements dating back to around 10,000 B.C., Matera has again become a place of public interest after being repudiated for decades.
Italy – Genova | Publication | August 2014

Concordia

An essay from Christoph Schaden for the photo book Concordia by White Press with images by Jonathan Danko Kielkowski.
Hongkong | Urban Stroll | April 2016

Hongkong

Hong Kong has created one of the most successful societies on Earth. — Prince Charles
Germany – Thüringen | Story | October 2015

Time Capsule

The steel rope crunches like a guitar string during tuning. Nobody speaking. With each pull the tension rises. The rattling of small pebbles on our helmets can be heard sporadically.
Guatemala | Story | April 2016

Fun Fairs

Spinning and swinging, turning and swirling, they go up and down, cheering and laughing all over the place not single sad face can be seen around. Colourful lights are flashing …
Svalbard | Expedition | July 2015

Arctic Coal

Halfway between mainland Europe (600km south) and the North Pole (1000km north) lays a archipelago called Svalbard. One of the world’s northernmost inhabited areas. Formed by over 400 islands, shaped …
Svalbard – Longyearbyen | Story | July 2015

Crane Camping

Around midnight at the Airport in Longyearbyen. We had about 9 hours to get some sleep and pick up a rifle at the local expedition equipment store. In the morning …
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