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What the mountains are to one person, the sea is to Mike Guest: "My interaction with it has become an integral part of my life. It took me years to really understand how special it is to me." Whether it's New Zealand, Morocco or Ireland, the 42-year-old travels a lot around the world - not really having a permanent home. During the Corona pandemic, the Scottish-born photographer initiated the "Dawn Days" project - which grew out of a telephone conversation with Nick Pumphrey, a photographer friend. The latter told him that he wanted to swim out every morning at the blue hour and photograph until sunrise. With Dawn Days, however, Guest not only motivated other people to take care of themselves, but connected it to a wish: "So they can take care of their world, our planet." His motto: Life's not a competition, it's a collaboration.