Category Archives: English

Two Worlds Inside Me

I met Masomah Regl in 2016. I was in Graz, the city of my studies, to give a talk to fellow interpreters about my work at the EU Court of Justice. We met in a restaurant and Masomah was sitting … Continue reading

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About the Difference Between the Naked Eye and the Lens

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Taking pictures in a misty forest is actually not difficult. Fog is mystical in itself and if you combine it with the outline of an object, a tree or a house, the picture becomes naturally atmospheric.

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Street Art in Łódź

Raw and industrial, Łódź [pronounced like Woodge] is not a beautiful city. Located in the centre of Poland, it is little known and unlikely to appear on bucket lists. David Lynch came here to film Inland Empire. He found enough … Continue reading

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Lost Lightness

Photo by Pierre Bamin on Unsplash The beginning of autumn in the Czech Republic was marked by a resurgence of the pandemic. After the strict lockdown in spring, when face masks were mandatory everywhere, even when driving or going for … Continue reading

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Empathy With the Thief

Last week, I had a strange experience at Prague airport. In the shuttle bus that takes passengers from the plane to the airport building, a man started to verbally attack his neighbour. „Give me my computer back!“ he shouted, „I … Continue reading

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Faces of India

When travelling, I like to take pictures. My equipment is modest: no sophisticated camera, no telephoto lens, just a mobile phone. Handy and practical. As a hobby photographer with a passion for the human being I started to take pictures … Continue reading

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Holding the Sun God

A Visit to Dharavi, one of Asia’s Biggest Slums   ”To a devout low-caste Hindu, the recycling process might offer solace, for through its gyrations rejected goods come back in new and valuable forms. At the first turn of the … Continue reading

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