nomadphotoexpeditions

September, 29

2021

Uzbekistan photo tour across history


Harry Fisch

An extraordinary photo tour in Uzbeksitan in which we will be following the ancient Silk Road trade routes from Khiva in the west to Bukhara and finally Samrkand. There is a lot to see and do on this photographic trip in Uzbekistan, but –fortunately- it still lacks the theme park polish of a well-known destination, or the artifice that goes along with it. We never have to deal with a pushy restaurateur, a ticket tout, or a carpet salesman trying to upsell us. Even on what were once Silk Roads, we see a lot of donkey carts, bicycles, and rusted-out Kamaz trucks (Soviet vehicles that replaced camel caravans in the late 20th century), but few, if any, other tourists on busloads outside the cities.


September, 17

2021

Gold , Paris Photo Awards Fine Art: The art of Disappearing.


Harry Fisch

Happy to have been awarded with the Gold Award in Fine Art, by the Paris Photo Awards (PX3). Receiving over 4,300 entries from 120 countries around the world, the 2021 edition of the PX3 competition proved to be another outstanding photographic event.

You can visit the series here: https://hong-hu-yu.squarespace.com/arbore

The series, “The Art of Disappearing” tries to bring awareness of the languid evanescence of the Arbore tribe in Ethiopia where their last 2,300 members are currently living. The modernization of the roads and the easier access of visitors is changing their way of life.