Tamás Sóki on Behance
I am an explorer, who is looking for new places, new topics, and new people, but not least new way to think. I often walk alone on my own way, trying to avoid a previously used path just because I strongly believe we need to experience, and every time I fail, I learn and I start again. I go further and further until I reach something new and unexpected. I always wanted to know the answer to “how?” and “why?”. Now I am trying to answer these questions with my pictures. I am a very curious…
Chaos on Hungarian-Serbian border by Tamas Soki on Exposure
After refugees tore down a razor-wire gate on the Serbian side of the Hungarian border crossing, and were pushing through to a second gate on the Hungarian side. Hungarian police officers moved against of migrants on Wednesday afternoon, attacking them with batons, water cannons and tear gas after they tried to surge through a border crossing that had been blocked for a second day. Twenty people were injured, including two children who had been thrown across the fence into Hungary, and taken…
Hot air balloon festival by Tamas Soki on Exposure
Őcsényi is a small village near Szekszárd in the southern part of Hungary. Every year dozens of pilots get together to fly their balloons for a week. The festival marks the 30th anniversary in this year, so I edit this gallery of the past 3 years of the hot air balloon rally.
MIRAGE by Tamas Soki on Exposure
This photographic series is about the Hungarian border fence which was constructed in the middle of the European migration crisis in 2015, with the aim to ensure border security by preventing immigrants from entering the country and the European Union illegally. The border barrier currently 523 km long on the Hungarian border with Serbia and Croatia. There are two different types of fences, one is a 3-4 meters high wired fence with barbed tape. The other version of the barrier contains two…
Buso by Tamas Soki on Exposure
The carnival parade of people, called busos, dressed in similar costumes and frightening wooden masks, using various noisy wooden rattlers, begins traditionally on the seventh weekend before Easter to drive away winter, and is a revival of a legend, which says the ethnic Croats crossed the river Danube here to ambush the Osmanli Turkish troops, who escaped in panic seeing the terrifying figures during the Turkish occupation of Hungary.
The Maintenance of Waterways by Tamas Soki on Exposure
Hanko is the southernmost part of Finland and at the same time it is a small, friendly city. 10 minutes from the city center there is a huge harbour and at the really end of the harbour there is a small base for the maintenance workers.