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My name is Peter Orosz. I write stuff and take pictures. I live in Tartu, Estonia. My family name is pronounced “O-ros” — it’s the Hungarian word for “Russian”, which I am not. This website is where I publish my work.
A photo-book about re-thatching a medieval farmhouse in the hills north of Kyōto, Japan’s old capital, in October 2019.
A book about a five hundred kilometer walk across Shikoku, the smallest of Japan’s four main islands, in January and February 2019.
A series of dispatches from a walk across northern Hokkaido, in August and September 2022. It is the second part of my circumambulation of Japan.
A visual field diary of a 4,300-kilometer walk from one end of Japan to the other, in the spring and summer of 2017. It is the first part of my circumambulation of Japan.
Pictures from a three-month journey in Iran and Iraqi Kurdistan, including an 850-kilometer walk across the Zagros Mountains, in the spring of 2016.
My new — and old — photos are posted on Glass.
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If you wish to support my work, the best way to do so is to buy a copy of The Wilds of Shikoku. It’s a rather beautiful book and is also available in a special edition.
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Last update: February 16, 2023