a parking garage in delft, the netherlands.
(btw. uit means out and uitjes means onions)
try to pronounce this!
just kidding – it’s of course an abbreviation. but i’m not sure whether that makes things any better – it stands for Warmwasserheizung über Kühlwasserumlauf oder Ölbefeuerung, selbstregelnd.
from the magnificent leipzig central station, june 2015
maybe it’s the autumn, too. the last time i noticed it, it was still green ;)
as you might have noticed already in the last post, i was going quite wide in copenhagen. i hadn’t used the 14mm let alone the conversion lens for a good while*. so it was a real pleasure using this combination again.
*with the exception of the spring breakout three weeks ago
another texel barn. taken on the dutch island of texel this summer. shot at 150mm with the m.zuiko 40-150mm.
seen on a dutch ferry. the door was locked – no it wasn’t.
the carpeting in a lovely leipzig café (and parts of two legs): another take on colour blocking. shot with the lumix 20mm in very dim light.
these pictures were taken at the defunct airport tempelhof in the heart of berlin. the containers have been used as weather barrier to separate the conference area of the campus party from the (ex-)flight field. the containers are gone now. the stripes will probably stay for a while…
shot with the m.zuiko 40-150mm and the lumix 14mm with gwc-1 conversion lens attached.
all shot with the 20mm in d’dorf flingern around beethovenstrasse in june.
berlin, friedrichshain in july (and not november) 2012
btw. this is my 100th post and to mark this occasion: people! (actually i just wanted to get the yellow car in front of the blue house but then these three guys came along and they really gave the composition more balance)
… while inconspicuously devouring a container thingy.
some corroded metal very loosely related to the european football championship final… (ok, i’m late i admit it)
the black in the pictures is the river havel by the way… maybe i lost a bit detail in the shadows… ;)
another one from the ever progressing window series. this is obviously not a window in a house but in a customized mercedes transporter (most probably a 608d, i forgot to check). i liked the complementary colours.