You’ve got it. The Olympic Stadium once more. The last one for this week I promise.
Have a closer look if you like. In this landscape of steel and plastic nature reclaimed a small spot for itself. Can you detect it?
Ihr habt’s erfasst. Das Olympiastadion mal wieder. Zum letzten Mal in dieser Woche. Versprochen.
Schaut es Euch doch einmal genauer an, wenn Ihr wollt. Irgendwo in dieser Landschaft aus Stahl und Kunststoff hat sich die Natur einen kleinen Fleck zurückerobert. Na, könnt Ihr es sehen?
Fujifilm X-Pro 1, Fujinon XC 50-230mm @ 50 mm, F9, 1/500 sec., ISO 800
10 Kommentare zu „WPC: Monument 5“
I think some Olympic birds may be in training. :)
I wonder which event. :-)
I enjoy the perspective you are using in this image.
Thanks for your feedback, Tim. My neck really didn’t enjoy the perspective. :-)
Oh, yes. Sometimes lying down just does not work.
I found Munich to be just another large city. It’s well worth your while to visit some of the smeallr towns outside Munich.If you have a car you can check out a little town called Rothenburg od der Tauber. Google it for more information. I don’t recall how far away it is from Munich but well worth the drive.It’s a must see.Also you can visit Neuschwanstein castle which is approx 1 hour outside of Munich. On the way to Neuschwanstein Castle you can visit the town of Oberammergau (the famous Passion Play takes place here) and Mad King Ludwigs Linderhof Castle.I agree with a previous poster, visit Dachau. It’s very sad and disturbing but something you will never forget visiting.Enjoy!
I’ve not been in Europe much. I’ll make a note to try to visit the area. Thank you for the information.
Hello Tim, hope you will find your way to Munich one day. If you do, don’t miss the Olympic Stadium. It’s definitely one of the most impressive locations in the region.
Thank you and I’ll definitely keep that in mind.