Definitely reached my limit today at 56.000 feet altitude and 1,7 Mach speed in a Fulcrum MIG-29. More coming soon!
Night of the Troglodytes
With typical Vegas-style neon signs on the motels and restaurants straight out of the 1950s, Wildwood is the perfect spot for such match-ups of historic racing cars and motorcycles at TROG race. Motel after motel lines the four miles stretch called Atlantic Avenue. The Surfcomber Motel hosted a pre-race Night of the Troglodytes party the night before as the racers’ cars and motorcycles lined the streets to the delight of the many visitors. Continue Reading..
The Rust n Dust Jalopy dirt track race is an old-school American-style racing event, taking participants and visitors back to the first years after the Second World War. The event takes place each year at Teterow‘s Bergring Germany, where races have been held since 1930 on its unique 1.8 km grass race track with inclines of up to 16%.
The Rust n Dust Jalopy dirt track race is a combination hill-climb/dirt-track race for American vehicles built before 1959 that is one-of-a-kind in all of Germany. Continue Reading..
I shot this trip with more than 15 years expired Kodak Portra and Kodak Gold films. Just got the films back from the lab. Here is my first selection from this great Namibia trip… Continue Reading..
Iceland road trip
It was time to take another winter road trip. It didn‘t take long for us to decide on Iceland. A ring road around the island combines Iceland‘s main attractions like a string of pearls and is perfect for an Iceland road trip. Ring road No. 1 covers 1,400 km and can be covered in eight to ten days. Continue Reading..
The expedition to the Antarctic began with several days spent traveling from Germany to Argentina’s southern-most city, which is also the southern-most city in the world: Ushuaia. The word “Ushuaia“ is taken from one of the indigenous languages and translates roughly as ”bay that faces east”. At latitude 54° 48‘ south, however, Ushuaia lies further from the South Pole than Moscow, at 55° 44‘ north latitude, is from the North Pole. It certainly feels like we’re near the very end of the earth. Continue Reading..