Of course we had to take a boat trip through the bay. Seeing Alcatraz from a distance was already creepy, in particular with some knowledge about it in the back of mind. Our original idea was to take a guided tour to Alcatraz, but as we learned those had to be booked some weeks in„Travelling #4: San Francisco panorama no. 9“ weiterlesen
We’re going vertical today. Fire escape staircases on turn-of-the-century buildings are probably the most normal thing in the world if you are a US citizen but they are not if you are a Euro-guy like me. Reason is: we don’t have it. At least not on older buildings. Even though I’ve seen it many times„Travelling #4: San Francisco panorama no. 6“ weiterlesen
Actually I don’t know what the name of this dock or pier on the westside of Aquatic Park is. Just like big parts of Aquatic Park Pier it’s in a quite a derelict condition and because of that public access is not allowed. Shot the frame in the very early morning when the city was„Travelling #4: San Francisco panorama no. 4“ weiterlesen
This viewpoint is on Lombard Street, just above its extremely curvy part for which it is so famous (or notorious if you prefer). Quite in the middle you can see Coit Memorial Tower which is another great site for cityscapes.
I just couldn’t resist posting another blue-containers-on-a-junkyard panorama picture. I also wasn’t able to resist taking part of a weekly photo challenge. So, here we go. (Fuji GX 617, Fujifilm Velvia 100)
This is the only photo I took in L.A. during my last stay there back in August. As far as I remember this was West Hollywood Boulevard. We were there only for some hours. Most of the time we spent in the car cruising through the busy streets of L.A. and all the rest I„Photo of the day #119“ weiterlesen
The midsection of the Bayerische Staatskanzlei (office of the Bavarian prime minister) at the Hofgarten, Munich. The epigraph at the front means „They will revive“. (Fuji G617, Ilford Delta 100)
Two couples lazing on the green along the river on a summer afternoon. (Fuji G617, Ilford Delta 100)
An industrial plant near Voelklingen, Saarland. Taken on my way back home after shooting a wedding there. (FUJI GX617 w/ f5.6/90 mm, Ilford Delta 100)
For the weekend: a panorama-sundown I shot last year. Enjoy and have fun everybody.
Just a simple panoramic nightshot, captured from the middle of the Theresienwiese, Munich.
360° panorama of a spooky small forest in the southwest of Munich, using my brand new Fuji Finepix X100. Handheld. No tripod! Click the picture to enlarge.