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With new digital techniques new unique possibilities are coming. The latest for me is making movies out of my photos, combined with music with the excellent ProShow Producer. A program with almost unlimited possibilities. A good overview of these unlimited possibilities you can find in the first movie Asia Girls. All the movies are in HD (High Definition).

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Asian countries (in alphabetic order)


Asia Girls


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Beautiful lovely Asian Girls - A new dimension in slideshow - movies. UNIQUE!!


Asian Girls from Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Vietnam and Thailand.




China part 1: Beijing, Great wall, Yangshuo Li River, Shilin Stone forest and Hong Kong (island)


China's capital Beijing is full of culture: palaces, museums and monuments.
An easy daytrip from Beijing is the The Great Wall of China
The Karst mountains in Yangshuo (Li River) are very beautiful
The Stone Forest has many different, almost magical, Karst formations.
Hong Kong has developed from a small fishing village in the 1800s into the dynamic cosmopolitan metropolis it is today.


China part 2: Xian, Chengdu Giant Pandas, Dali and Lijiang


Xi'an became famous by the Terra Cotta Warriors
The Chengdu Panda Breeding Research Center is a MUST see.
Old Lijiang is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Dali, first built in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) has ancient buildings and city walls.


India: The South


Hampi in South India is a journey back in time


The fascinating ruins of the 15th-century city of Vijayanagar, where once 500.000 people lived in richness and the very colorful scenes of the people (Indian girls and women) nowadays, whom live in a way like many years ago. It is a UNESCO World heritage site.


Mahabalipuram and Kanchipuram are major temple cities in Tamilnadu, India


Mahabalipuram has various historic monuments built largely between the 7th and the 9th century, and is as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Kanchipuram is a major temple city of Tamilnadu.


More India


South India - Tamilnadu: Temples - Gods - Goddesses

Tamilnadu has many colorful temples, filled with myriads of Gods and Goddesses.

Pondicherry - Auroville - Thanjavur - Madurai


South India: Kerala. Lots of nature and beautiful Indian girls and women

Kumily - Periyar NP - Munnar - Alappuzha


Mumbai, a frantic mélange of India’s extremes






A journey from Northern Laos till in the South the border with Cambodia.


We will visit the capital Vientiane, the scenic karst beauty of Vang Vieng, the wonderful city of Luang Prabang, hill tribes in Luang Nam Tha and other places. In the middle of Laos the scenic Karst mountains and caves of Tha Klhaek-Mahaxai. In the south Champasak with the first Khmer temple and the Mekong, the thousands islands with Don Khong and Don Khon and last but not lest impressing waterfalls at the border of Cambodia.




Malaysia Highlights 1: Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves, Melaka , Cameron Highlands, Penang, Tioman, Perhentian  


Kuala Lumpur, an overwhelming city, where the blend of old buildings with modern architecture has been successful.
Just 15km north of Kuala Lumpur are the huge Batu caves. The caves are in a towering limestone formation, in which a Hindu shrine has been built.
Melaka is a important historic town with its multicultural heritage.
The Cameron Highlands, with its nice and cool temperatures is famous for its tea plantations.
Georgetown is an example of a marvelous blend of historic buildings and Penang add beaches and nature to it.
Pulau Tioman and Pulau Perhentian, two largely unspoiled beautiful islands


Malaysia Highlights 2: Kuala Lumpur - Penang - Ipoh - Kuala Kangsar - Langkawi- Pangkor


Kuala Lumpur has many impressive buildings (e.g. the Petronas towers) and temples. Also interesting the sculpture garden, the national monument and the beautiful lake gardens with the largest covered bird park in the world.
About 15 km north of KL a towering limestone crop is home to the Batu caves, a popular Hindu shrine in a huge cave.
Ipoh and Taiping old cities with colonial buildings, cave temples and a lake garden.
Kuala Kangsar has a beautiful mosque and two palaces.
Langkawi is a large island, about 500 sq. km, close to the border with Thailand. Another tropical dream island
Pulau Pangkor is the white-sand paradise per excellence. And has also a wild, unexplored jungle.


Myanmar: From the North-West to the South

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North-West Myanmar: a scenic boat ride to the Chin tribes with old women who have tattooed faces


From Mrauk U we make a three hour, scenic boat ride to the Chin tribes. The Chin tribes have still old women who have tattooed faces.


Western Myanmar Mrauk-U: 700 Buddhist pagodas in the midst of a beautiful landscape

Mrauk U is an ancient city, where according to the legend Lord Buddha has been.
Dotted in the midst of this beautiful landscape are about 700 Buddhist pagodas (temples), dating from the 16th century.  Mrauk U is scenically set against a backdrop of small hills with some lakes.


Western Myanmar: Rivers - sea - beaches


Western Myanmar is very 'watery'. It has many rivers, lakes and a long coastline with several fine beaches. Beaches which accommodation from simple huts to luxury resorts with every comfort.


Central Myanmar: Bagan

To me Bagan is the apex of a civilization, like for instance Angkor in Cambodia. These people created an amazing 2.224 Buddhist monuments, dating from Bagan's "Golden Period" (1044 – 1287) with such a simple means.


Central Myanmar: Mandalay a wonderful city


Myanmar is a Buddhist country and Buddhism is very alive there. According to the legend Buddha has visited Mandalay hill and pointed to the direction where Mandalay would be. I experienced the Buddha energy as very strong there and I hope that this movie transmits some of it, combined with the special Buddhist mantras.


Central Myanmar: Ancient cities around Mandalay


Around Mandala are the ancient cities of Amarapura (city of immortality), Inwa and Mingun along the Ayeyarwady river. During this trip into an ancient past full of wonders you can also visit: Maha Ganayon Kyaung, home to several thousands of young monks, the U Bein's bridge, the longest (1200m) teak span bridge in the world and Sagaing hill with a wonderful temple.


Central Myanmar: Inle Lake. An oasis of beauty and peace


Myanmar is a wonderful country and Inle lake is one of the highlights of it. Going by boat around Inle lake, while visiting colorful markets with tribes and all kind of handicrafts. Beautiful temples, pagodas almost everywhere. All around the lake friendly people living in simple bamboo huts.


Central Myanmar: Taunggyi - Pindaya caves


Taunggyi has a lively market with hill tribes and is the gateway to the famous Inle lake. Close to Taunggyi are the amazing Pindaya caves with more then 8000 Buddha statues.


Central Myanmar: Bago


Bago is an amazing city. Buddhist pagodas and temples everywhere.  Also impressive is watching the monks getting food and presents from devotees.


Yangon the capital of Myanmar with the wonderful ShweDagon pagoda.


Yangon is the capital of Myanmar with as highlight the ShweDagon pagoda, one of the most fascinating conglomerations of Buddhist pagodas I have seen. It feels somewhere as the centre of the Buddhist Universe on this planet.
The city center of Yangon is a combination of British colonial architecture, Buddhist stupas, Hindu temples and Muslim mosques. Yangon has several lively and colorful markets, also in the evening


Southern Myanmar: Hpa-An with beautiful surroundings

Hpa-An is the Capital of Kayin State. The main attractions are scattered around the beautiful surroundings:
Mt Zwegabin is the tallest of a chain of limestone mountains.
Kyaung Kalap is pagoda and Nat shrine with a column, standing sheer out of a lake.
Saddar Cave contains a pagoda near the entrance with many Buddha images. At the end of the cave is a hidden lake in the mountains
Kawgun Cave has a gallery of 7th Century artwork with thousands of Buddha images.


Southern Myanmar has kept a lot of its old charm

From Yagon it has been a comfortable train journey to Mawlamyine. The landscape and the people on the stations were fascinating. There is such a natural and relaxed atmosphere everywhere. Strolling to the streets of Mawlamyine, visiting some of the beautiful pagodas, watching the people, seeing the lively markets, has been a beautiful experience.
Around Mawlamyine, also on the road to Hpa-An, are magnificent Karst (limestone) mountains with many caves and Buddha statues.



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Central Thailand Highlights: Land of Buddha's and Smiles




South Thailand: beaches from almost empty unspoiled to crowed luxurious ones




North Thailand: a great destination for the adventurous and explorers




North-East Thailand: Unseen Thailand, special the Mekong




Singapore: a creative and visionary city



In this video I want to express the essence of Singapore, which is for me the creative and visionary energy I felt strongly there.


My favorite Sacred Sites


My favorite Sacred Sites in Egypt, China, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar


My favorite Sacred Sites in Egypt: Abul Simbel - Aswan Isis- Sinai Catharine monastery / China: Leshan - Tao land / Khmer: Laos Champasak - Thailand Panom Rung / Cambodia: Angkor / Myanmar: Mandalay - Bagan - Yangon / Thailand: Sukhothai - Ayuthaya - Umphang



Non Asian countries (in alphabetic order)


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Central America: The Maya route


The Mayan Sacred Sites: Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Palenque, Copán and Tikal


Maya architecture spans many thousands of years; yet, often the most dramatic and easily recognizable as Maya are the stepped pyramids from the Terminal Pre-classic period and beyond.

Chichen Itza was a large pre-Columbian city built by the Maya civilization. The archaeological site is located in the Mexican state of Yucatán. Chichen Itza was one of the largest Maya cities and it was likely to have been one of the mythical great cities, or Tollans, referred to in later Mesoamerican literature.
Uxmal is a large pre-Columbian ruined city of the Maya civilization in the state of Yucatán, Mexico.  Its magnificent pyramids and structures make it a popular tourist destination.
Palenque was a Maya city state in southern Mexico that flourished in the 7th century. After its decline it was absorbed into the jungle, but has been excavated and restored and is now a famous archaeological site attracting thousands of visitors.

Copán is an archaeological site of the Maya civilization located in western Honduras, not far from the border with Guatemala.
Tikal is one of the largest archaeological sites and urban centers of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization. It is located in what is now northern Guatemala.


This Central America trip visits Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras and follows the MAYA route


These countries are rich in nature: beautiful tropical jungles with all kind of wildlife. Hidden in some jungles are magnificent Maya ruins. There are also amazing lakes with volcano's like Lake Atitlan, rivers like the Rio Dulce and majestic waterfalls like Agua Azul and Misol Ha. And not to forget fine beaches with an azure-blue sea and coral riffs.
There are several old colonial cities in Mexico and Guatemala, great places to dwell through the old streets and marvel at the splendid churches and other old buildings.
My favorite old colonial cities are Campeche, San Cristobal and Antigua.
Last but non least the colorful Indian and Mayan girls and women. The today's Mayas have an peculiar blend of Christian beliefs and their old traditions. Like ritual slaughter of chickens in their church, sometimes filled with strange saints and their own folk saint Maximon.
Highlights for me were San Juan and Chichicastenango with their alluring markets.




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Egypt: Ancient temples at Luxor, Aswan, Abu Simbel, Kom Ombo and Edfu

Luxor has frequently been characterized as the "world's greatest open air museum", the ruins of the temple complexes at Karnak and Luxor standing within the modern city.
Immediately opposite, across the Nile River, lie the monuments, temples and tombs on the West Bank Necropolis, which include the Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens.
Aswan's location is at the first Cataract of the Nile, which provided a natural boundary between Egypt and Nubians.
In the Nile the island of Elephantine, which is the largest of the Aswan area islands, and is one of the most ancient sites in Egypt, with artifacts dating to predynastic periods.
Abu Simbel is an archaeological site comprising two massive rock temples in southern Egypt on the western bank of Lake Nasser about 290 km southwest of Aswan.
The Temple of Kom Ombo is an unusual double temple built during the rule Ptolemaic dynasty.
The Temple of Edfu is an ancient Egyptian temple located on the west bank of the Nile in the city of Edfu.


Egypt: Cairo with the pyramids, the Western and Sinai desert with Mount Sinai and Dahab


Cairo is located on the banks and islands of the Nile River in the north of Egypt.
West of Giza, in the desert, are three large pyramids, including the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The immense desert to the west of the Nile spans the area from the Mediterranean Sea south to the Sudanese border.
The Sinai is a magical and biblical desert with as highlights Mount Sinai, where Moses got the ten commands and the Saint Catherine's Monastery with the chapel of the burning bush.



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Marrakech Morocco: an enthralling and exotic Eastern experience


Marrakech is the principal capital of south Morocco. The city's dazzling centre, the Djemaa el Fna square, is an enthralling and exotic Eastern experience populated by snake-charmers, acrobats and storytellers. Marrakech has a medieval medina and markets.


Morocco: Ait Benhaddou, Agdz and Gorges du Todra


Aďt Benhaddou is a 'fortified city' along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech in present-day Morocco.
Agdz which means "resting place" is located on the old caravan route linking Marrakech to Timbuktu. The lively market is held weekly on Thursdays.
Gorges du Todra. The final 600 m of the Todra gorge are the most spectacular as the canyon narrows to a flat stony track as little as 10m wide in places, with sheer and smooth rock walls up to 160 m high on each side.


Unique animated photos of Erg Chebbi, a desert in south-eastern Morocco and Merzouga


East of village of Merzouga lies Erg Chebbi in south-eastern Morocco. It is one of two Saharan ergs in the northwest African nation. Its distinctive ergs — large dunes formed by wind-blown sand — reach up to 150 meters high, and form a composite erg 22 km long (north-south) and 5 km wide.


Morocco: Ouarzazate-Taroudant: kasbahs, medinas and souks


Ouarzazate is famous for the kasbah of Taourirt, the birthplace of the last pasha of Marrakech. Just like Marrakech, Taroudant has imposing adobe ramparts, adorned with square towers. Its medina and its souks are very lively.


Agadir and Essaouira seaside resorts along Morocco's Atlantic coast


Agadir is an important fishing and commercial port. It is also a seaside resort with a long sandy beach.
Essaouira is the most picturesque and relaxed coastal town along Morocco's Atlantic coast. The Medina of Essaouira is a UNESCO World Heritage city.


Men, women and girls of Morocco. Unique photos showed in an unique way!!


Morocco a changing society full of contrasts. I saw young beautiful Moroccan girls and women full of juice and energy. But I saw also so many people, who looked unhappy, especially women. Also ghostlike appearances, which could hardly being recognized as human beings or women.


Portugal: Around Lisbon


An unique impression of Lisbon in Portugal


During my stay in Lisbon I experienced an abundance of creativity, art, vision, passion and greatness. Not only in the past, but also in recent times. A marvelous city full of riches to explore.


Belem, Cascais and Sintra. Close to Lisbon, Portugal

Discovering and exploring the world. Journeys into the unknown!


The strongest I felt this vision and passion in Belem, close to Lisbon. Here you can see the discoveries monument and the Belem tower, from where the little ships sailed to far away countries
Cascais, close to Lisbon, is a popular vacation spot for both Portuguese and foreign tourists.
Sintra is dotted by royal retreats, castles and buildings from the 8th-9th century.


Lisbon - Belem - Cascais Art in a State of the Art presentation


All kind of art in Lisbon, Belem and Cascais. From art in the metro and street art till art in the most important museums in Lisbon. Especially a lot of paintings of Nadir Alfonso, art from the orient and contemporary art.


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