Lecture in language
Paul looks at the outside world differently. He watches the earth through his camera, its aesthetics, uniqueness... and how it harmonizes with the human soul. He lives stories that go far from civilization, where one gets beyond the knowledgeable. He captures the view of the planet in documentaries for many years. There he passes from poles to deep caves, from green jungles to high mountains, from indigenous tribes to Buddhist monasteries.
He has made several exploratory expeditions, ranging from finding a Stone Age civilization in the forests of New Guinea, through the discovery of mega caves in the table mountains of Venezuela to the first crossing of the Ellsworth Mountain in Antarctica. He has reached North and South Pole, lived with Pygmies in Congo, wih Suri tribe in Ethiopia, and with Indians deep in the Amazon forest. He has crossed the most difficult canyons of the world - Trou de Fer and Bras Magasin. He salted the highest waterfalls of Salto Angel in Venezuela and Tugela in South Africa.