Spent a weekend on a farm in East-Bavaria, pretty close to the Austrian border and saw this…
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
A short note for those of you who are waiting for the long promised San Francisco panorama shots: Work is in progress! Until then here’s the first large format panorama shot directly out of San Francisco… Coffee Company. In Munich. 30 secs exposure time. Therefore the heavy blur. (FUJI G617, Fujifilm Velvia 100)
If you ever wondered what my favourite colour might be, here’s the answer. Containers on a junkyard in Garching near Munich. (Fuji G617, Fujifilm Velvia 100)
Another detail from Marienplatz tubestation. I adore the truly 1970s colour combination of dark-green and orange.
Finally I managed to get the holiday-in-San Francisco-films to the laboratory. 27 by the number. That means 108 frames as there are 4 frames on every roll of film when using a 6×17 panorama kit. Yes, FOUR. Not really a lot compared to the masses of pictures most people shoot with their digital stuff. They’ll„Photo of the day #108“ weiterlesen
Shot in an underground garage in the Olympic Village in Munich. (Fuji G617, heavily overdued Kodak E100)
An industrial plant at the river Rhine, somewhere in-between the cities of Bonn and Koblenz. Shot handheld from the deck of a day tour vessel. (Fuji G617, Ilford Delta 100)
Shot during a boatcruise on the river Rhine earlier this year. (Fuji G617, Ilford Delta 100)
At the kebap house at night. Schwanthaler Strasse, Munich Central.
An old rusty offering bin for incense sticks on Lantau Island, Hong Kong, 1997.
Kowloon and Hong Kong Island on a foggy day. Seen from the fabulous viewpoint Victoria Peak, Tai Ping Shan (Mountain of Great Peace).
A Buddhist altar in Macao. Mamiya Universal Press w/ f2.8 / 100mm and G-type 6×7 back.
Missed to post photo of the day on last friday due to some heavy fuss. So, here it comes today.
The Jexhof, a traditional Bavarian farm in the surroundings of Munich. Now a folksy museum showing peasant life around 1900.
High rise extract.
No words needed.
At a small town station on a rainy day.
Just another Heinkel Tourist detail.
Heinkel Tourist, a classic German scooter from the fifties to early sixties.
Another tubestation detail.
Security door in a Munich subway station.
Another canteen detail. Can you guess what it is?
Stackable orange and collapsible blue.
Some canteen kitchenware.
Detail of the roof of Munich’s central station.
A little bit of orange…
For the weekend: a panorama-sundown I shot last year. Enjoy and have fun everybody.
Just a parking lot.
Detail on a junkyard. Fluid extraction unit.
X-ray protection clothing in a veterinary surgery.
Fences and hedges.
Just a simple panoramic nightshot, captured from the middle of the Theresienwiese, Munich.
Finally… it’s summer!
Some kitsch seen at the souvenir shop, Munich main station.
The Residenz, Museum für Ägyptische Kunst (Museum for Egyptian Art), Hofgarten, Munich.
The Fraunhofer Institut in Munich.
Inside the old water reservoir of Bad Aibling, Bavaria.
Detail in a subway-train.
Detail on Zeche Zollverein, Essen.
Another detail of a vintage Volkswagen-Bus, or Bully, as they are nicknamed in Germany.
SNAP! Red metal, gray concrete. Olympic Village, Munich.
Stack of old carpets for bulk trash.
Red lines, white lines, gray lines. At Munich’s main station.
The old building of Knorr-Bremse AG in Moosach, Munich.