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Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "Traditional Intha fishermen using their conical nets on Inle Lake. Head over today’s story to see more of this unique fi" at Inle Lake - 1749444460527505343
Inle Lake Report Download 196 10.31K

Traditional Intha fishermen using their conical nets on Inle Lake. Head over today’s story to see more of this unique fishing technique that can only be found in this part of Myanmar and the rest of the world. Shot for @djiglobal and @visit.myanmar

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "A glimpse of gold breaks through the clouds. Lofoten, Norway, last February. 
I’m currently in Myanmar, on my first cult" at Lofoten - 1747304395437292190
Lofoten Report Download 118 14.58K

A glimpse of gold breaks through the clouds. Lofoten, Norway, last February. I’m currently in Myanmar, on my first culture-focused photo trip since I decided to pursue a career in photography, and I have to say it’s been incredibly refreshing so far. While I’m busy curating some images to post here, don’t miss out my daily documentary photo series in my stories. Shot for @djiglobal

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "February in Lofoten: 3 hours of early morning light, 3 hours of late afternoon light, 10 hours of northern lights and ve" at Flakstadøya - 1743739252094904167
Flakstadøya Report Download 122 10.51K

February in Lofoten: 3 hours of early morning light, 3 hours of late afternoon light, 10 hours of northern lights and very very little time to rest. Experiencing winter there has been another dream of mine coming true, and sharing it with a nice group of participants was even more satisfying. Sign up to my newsletter on my website and don’t miss out upcoming workshops!

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "So, a month ago I returned home after 6 weeks of hectic travels in Namibia and Norway, thinking I would finally have tim" at Reine - 1740844636664310420
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So, a month ago I returned home after 6 weeks of hectic travels in Namibia and Norway, thinking I would finally have time to relax, go through all my photos and edit them. The reality was much different to be honest! For the past three weeks I almost didn’t leave my desk once. I’ve been busy with finishing the edits of my book , going through all the different steps of publishing that involves a lot of color check and re-re-edits of the photos to make sure they look on paper exactly like I see them on my monitor. Tomorrow will be the final day of a 5-month-long process as I just have a final check to make with my publisher before sending the files to the printer! 🙏 I seriously cannot wait to show you the final result! Now that I’m almost done working on my book, I’m already planning my next adventure which will start in... 4 days! It seems like things aren’t going to slow down for a while actually, haha. Here’s a shot I took on my last day in Lofoten last month during a scenic flight that was for the books!

Lofoten Report Download 328 23.23K

Seasons. The reason why I keep coming back to the same places again and again, especially those that I cherish the most. The first photo shows the situation in the Lofoten end of February. The second photo was taken end of May, both when the sun was very low in the sky (4pm for the first one, 1am for the second one). Two completely different experiences and I wouldn’t be able to tell you which was my favorite one.

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "The last 5 weeks have been absolutely hectic, with trips to Namibia shooting wildlife + sand dunes, and Norway leading a" at Uttakleiv Beach, Nordland - 1724206970434805000

The last 5 weeks have been absolutely hectic, with trips to Namibia shooting wildlife + sand dunes, and Norway leading a workshop in the Lofoten. Very little time spent editing on the laptop as I was outside every single day shooting, shooting and shooting again. I came back home with 1Tb of photos just for those two places, and I’m excited to say I’ll be staying home for the next month, going through all the images I brought back with me in order to share the very best with you, although you guys already saw a glimpse of Namibia in my recent posts. But more to come, I promise :) In the meantime, here’s a quick one taken in Uttakleiv beach a few days ago. As I was walking around in order to find an interesting foreground to shoot the Aurora, I stumbled upon Ed, a local from the islands, who had just set up his camp for the night. The wind was strong that evening and it felt like it was -15°C, though Ed didn’t seem to be bothered too much by the Arctic cold. A great night it was!

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "Low sun & golden light. Nap is over, it’s time for a hunt. 
@erindinamibia" at Erindi Private Game Reserve - 1719844206727709088

Low sun & golden light. Nap is over, it’s time for a hunt. @erindinamibia

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "What do you see?" at Big Daddy - 1717708296028490791
Big Daddy Report Download 114 10.73K

What do you see?

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "The desert survivor. 
Oryx a.k.a. Gemsbok can survive for days or even weeks without drinking water, thanks to the water" at The Namibian Desert, Namibia - 1716867951736842604

The desert survivor. Oryx a.k.a. Gemsbok can survive for days or even weeks without drinking water, thanks to the water stored in the plants they eat (coarse grasses, roots, tubers and bulbs). With their natural habitat that can regularly reach 45°C - 113°F - that’s some crazy skill!

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "I’m currently in the Lofoten, Norway, experiencing the very best of the Arctic winter. Two weeks ago I was still in Nami" at Namibia - 1715504428200886644
Namibia Report Download 341 27.37K

I’m currently in the Lofoten, Norway, experiencing the very best of the Arctic winter. Two weeks ago I was still in Namibia, taking full advantage of the Southern African summer in the most radically different landscape from where I am now, and where I found the desert version of .

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "Here’s to more adventures in remote places, pure wilderness, far from any civilization, where few can venture. Stoked to" at Namibia - 1714044206403828118
Namibia Report Download 68 7.27K

Here’s to more adventures in remote places, pure wilderness, far from any civilization, where few can venture. Stoked to be working with the guys at @toyota.europe for 2 years now, excited to see where these 4x4 will bring me next! Thanks for your continuous support and eternal trust, friends!

Instagram Image by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker) with caption : "Morning fog lifting up from the clay pan of Deadvlei 90 min after sunrise. Just a few seconds of pure madness with natur" at Dead Vlei - 1711082258880112845
Dead Vlei Report Download 159 14.78K

Morning fog lifting up from the clay pan of Deadvlei 90 min after sunrise. Just a few seconds of pure madness with natural color gradients everywhere you look at.