To find a place to call home. That's a strong calling, when travelling. Comforting afterwards. I've had many homes for weeks, days, hours, even minutes. And every time I left a little bit of myself in every corner of every place I once called home.

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Here I present a few of the places I once called home. These photographs had been taken between December 2014 and February 2016 in the countries of Georgia, Montenegro, Croatia, Azerbaijan, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo.

Buildings in Vazha-Pshavela District. Tbilisi, Georgia​

I am always wondering what's happening inside every window I see when I look up at buildings like these. Vazha-Pshavela District. Tbilisi, Georgia

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Mobile home in Kruče, Montenegro

And the stories on the road. Kruče, Montenegro. 


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Hotel reception in Georgia. Zugdidi. Motel.

That kind of dust on the reception chairs. Hotel Zugdidi's reception. Zugdidi, Georgia.

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An old woman's hand in Zagreb, Croatia. Balkans.

Grandmothers. Hrvatski Leskovac district, Zagreb, Croatia.

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Leopard print in a cafe in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Animal print on tableclothes make me happy. Cafe in Baku, Azerbaijan.

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Kitchen in Kutina, Croatia, Balkans.

Sonja and Miljenko's kitchen makes me feel like I am at home in Kutina, Croatia.

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Corn Storage in Kruče, Montenegro. red through the window.

All the corn I want. Kruče, Montenegro.

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Canned, jar of tomatoes in Georgia.

Tomatoes. Magnetiti, Adjara region, Georgia. 

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Red kitchen in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Emma's kitchen. Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Pink bakery in Nagorno-Karabakh Republic.

Bakery shop in Stepanakert, Autonomous Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh.

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Making coffe in a bakery shop in Nagorno Karabakh.

The same bakery shop in Stepanakert, Autonomous Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh.

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Table set in Kruče, Montenegro.

Setting sun on grandma's table in Kruče, Montenegro

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Entrance of a house in Sololaki district, Tbilisi, Georgia.

This was the entrance to my flat in Tbilisi, Georgia.

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