Andrej Tusicisny’s photo galleries.
First Shipwreck Dive (2013)
Scuba diving in the Cayman Islands.
Arrrgh, the Caribbean! (2013)
Vacation in Puerto Rico.
Hidden Cathedral (2012)
Urban exploration of an abandoned power plant in Glenwood, NY, and its ghosts.
Donde estan los banos? (2011)
Photos from backpacking in Peru and Bolivia, sorted in a chronological order.
Buddha, Tea, and Elephants (2011)
From a trip to the island of Sri Lanka.
The Everest Base Camp trek (2009)
A trek from Jiri (1905 m) to Kala Pattar (5554 m) and Everest Base Camp (5363 m), followed by the Kongma La pass (5535 m) and the Pokalde peak (5794 m).
Crossing Cho La Pass (2009)
Cho La (5420 m) could be called a “high pass” only in the Himalayas. It is higher than Mont Blanc and can be technically challenging if the weather is less than perfect.
On the Way to the Turquoise Goddess (2009)
Gokyo Valley with its unearthly landscape, a stunningly beautiful series of Gokyo Lakes, ascents of Ngozumba Tse (5553 m) and Gokyo Ri (5340 m), Cho Oyu Base Camp.
Valley of Gods (2009)
Hinduism and Buddhism in the Kathmandu Valley (Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Pashupatinath, Patan) in Nepal.
Annapurna Circuit (2009)
A handful of photos from the Annapurna Circuit trek in Nepal.
India Masala (2009)
Photos from my travels in India.
Quartiers de Paris (2008)
I tried to capture the distinct atmosphere of different Parisian neighborhoods.
Once upon a time, I was a semi-official photographer of a French theater troupe.
Tale of a mortal city (2008)
Pictures from Chichen Itza. Just ignore the Slovak text and enjoy the photographs.
A spring vacation in Yucatán.
A couple of pictures from my blog. You do not need to understand the poem in Slovak. Just enjoy the photos.
A brief yet heavily illustrated travelogue from the IWM Summer School in Cortona and from my stay in Toscany and Umbria.
Norway 2003, Part I – People and Country
The first part of my very short and extremely biased photographic travelogue from the International Summer School at the University of Oslo.
Norway 2003, Part II – Nature
The second part of my very short and extremely biased photographic travelogue from the International Summer School at the University of Oslo.
My first digital photo ever.