My name is Marcel, I'm a 50 something Dutchie, living in Hoofddorp, a village in Haarlemmermeer, which is a famous Dutch 'polder' that still was water about 150 years ago. On weekdays, I am a corporate travel consultant, in weekends and outside office hours I find passion in my family, travel, aviation, scubadiving and photography, furthermore I love exploring nature above - and marinelife below sealevel.
I've been busy with photography as a hobby for a few years now, currently using a Nikon D5000 for my pictures above the surface, and an Olympus Tough TG-4 camera for my underwater images. A selection of my photos can be found in the galleries on this website, beware of the copyrights on all website content, better contact me if you would like to use snything from my website, instead of copying it without previous written permission. I hope you enjoy looking at my pictures as much as I had fun in making them.
In my weblog I write about anything I think is worth writing about (or not....), you can find my real life adventures, opinions, stories and reviews there. It will be about travel, politics, (social)media, all day life, etc, etc, etc.....take a peak through the menu or click the link to my weblog here.
Feel free to contact me through the contact message below or follow me on Twitter !
has always been a significant part of my life.
I have not been on the road for years, regrettably, but travel always enriches me in many ways. Some day, some how, some where, I will find the time and opportunity to combine work with pleasure of travelling the world. Until that time, you can find my galeries on the right. I hope you enjoy my photos, if you have any comments, messages or notes to add, feel free to use the comments box on the right or the comment boxes in my photo galeries
Do you have a question about this website, want to use content or cooperate ? Feel free to contact me.
Travel brings the best memories: to meet people and enjoy gastronomy, hospitality and culture that you might not be used to, it enriches you in a way that no education or school can ever do.
Cherish your adventures
Stepping out of your comfortzone is the best start to exploring and widen your world. Accept what is, let go of what was and have faith in what could be.