1. Tolbachik volcano that erupted at the of year 2012, mirroring in a pristine little mountain lake on a cold September morning.

    More Kamchatka photos on my website:


  2. Evening at the Blue Lake, part of Tongariro volcano complex More photos here »> http://www.xflo.net/en/?p=1793

  3. xflo:w photo calendar 2015

    xflo:w Photo Calendar for 2015 - 1st edition “South Seas” and 2nd edition “Architecture” now available


  4. Gannet colony Cape Kidnappers

    Seabirds are little miracles of evolution and New Zealand is home to a lot of them. At Muriwai Beach and the Cape Kidnappers in Hawke’s Bay I spent days with the second rarest gannet species in the world, the Australasian gannet, who is a master aviator and swift as an arrow hunter when it comes to fish. Their chicks are even tougher as when coming of age having no life and hunting experience they start a life-threatening adventure, the Trans-Tasman flight.


  5. Painter's Palette

    The “Painters Palette” - a pool of the Wai-O-Tapu geothermal site in New Zealand, near Rotorua. More photos in my extensive New Zealand photo dossier


  6. Auckland, New Zealand

    Architecture photographic portrait of Auckland focussing on reflections, a sunset, facades and the view from the Sky Tower


  7. Ijen crater

    Photo report featuring Kawah Ijen, a volcano having a sulphur mine in its crater


  8. Tunnelbana portrait by xflo:w

    My architecture photo report featuring Tunnelbana, Stockholm’s metro


  9. Fiji

    The Fiji archipelago is the perfect melting pot of the South Seas. In a very charming way its 332 small as well as big islands unite the culture of Melanesia and Polynesia plus the influences of British colonial times and the Indians being brought into the country back then by the Britons. There are three places that exemplify this melange best: Levuka’s old town, which is Fiji’s old capital on Ovalau Island, as well as the country’s new capital bustling Suva and its market plus the Naag Mandir temple on Vanua Levu, a place being more Indian than India itself.