SNAP! Red metal, gray concrete. Olympic Village, Munich.
The old building of Knorr-Bremse AG in Moosach, Munich.
Out of the bullet train window. Somewhere in between Augsburg and Munich.
The old Kokerei (coking plant), part of the world cultural heritage of Zeche Zollverein, Essen, Ruhrarea.
Subway. Stairway. Blue, red and yellow. And granite.
The O2-Tower in Munich.
Back to school.
There’s beauty inside elevators, too.
The captivating charms of neon light.
Inside the old turf of Gelsenkirchen.
At the BMW works, Munich.
Old shabby window shutter in a small town near Stuttgart.
Travelling means waiting… Kassel, main station.
Took a trip to Nyköping in the province of Södermanlands län late last summer. Time was short and Sweden is big so we only had daytrips to explore the beautiful cities of Stockholm and Uppsala, Gripsholms slott (the castle of Gripsholm), the Göta channel and many other destinations.
Some old shots taken during a holiday in France in 2007. This time the Minox 35 ML was the camera of choice. Unfortunately, back in Germany, I had to find out that it sported some light leaking. I guess that’s what 30 year old cameras that where found on eBay for very little money sometimesContinue reading “Travelling #2: France”
360° panorama nightshot at the impressive Koenigsplatz in Munich, using the Fuji Finepix X100 again. Click on the picture to enlarge.
Parts of a series I shot during various visits to the city of Gijon at the Atlantic seaside of Spain over the years. Equipment was kept as small as possible to different fixed lens compact cameras starting with a Rollei 35 from the mid-sixties, a Minox 35 ML from the seventies, the Nikon L35AF AW beach/underwaterContinue reading “Travelling #1: The north of Spain”
Spend some time at the BMW-Welt in the north of Munich to take some emotional pictures of the impressive architecture there. Worth a visit every time again. There is a museum showing lots of wonderful classic BMWs as well. Don’t miss it when you’re in Munich.