om zuiko 50mm f1.8

three little ducks

three little ducks

… let’s hope they all come back.

this is one of my few landscape photos. i took it close to lio piccolo in the laguna di venezia earlier this year.

side window

side window

lichtenberg, berlin, 2015

one man’s fall

another man's fall

is another woman’s spring. greetings to the southern hemisphere.

duisburg, spring 2015

reflecting zebra

reflecting zebra

a puddle, a pine and a zebra crossing. i simply could not resist in lido di venezia, italy.

the eyes have it

the eyes have it

from berlin, lichtenberg last week.

lab view

lab view

from an ice cream parlour in düsseldorf.

hinterhof

hinterhof

berlin, friedrichshain, 2015

dusk

dawn

in duisburg. this is the central station.

big bird

big bird

from the zeche zollverein in essen, ruhr

when travelling

when travelling

don’t leave your garbage unattended…

shot from a train somewhere in germany…

blind

blind

duisburg, april 2015

iron bank

iron bank

from the blast furnace in duisburg landschaftspark nord.

wolfsburg

wolfsburg

wolfsburg, the home of volkswagen. shot from within the train to berlin

update: this shot is from hannover, though, but wolfsburg definitely makes a better title :)

thanks a lot to Taupunkt von blogbimmel for the clarification… i had not taken proper notes apparently…

glimpse

glimpse

berlin, friedrichshain, 2015

the wave

the wave

a wavy wall in oberhausen and – after quite some time – a new addition to the lamp post series.

to the center of the city

shadowplaya tree, a truck and a spanferkelbraterei.

found in duisburg, april 2015

picture in picture

picture in picturefrom the lido di venezia. i like that the picture was pinned to a pine. the most photogenic tree there is.

this crane is not for you to climb

this cranefrom duisburg’s inner harbour.

the title of this post is probably a slightly more poetic rendering than the literal translation of this vintage german verboten-sign.

a man walks towards a building

zollvereinon the area of the zollverein coal mine industrial complex (or a bit more concise ‘zeche zollverein’ in german) in essen, ruhr. it’s an impressive area with lots of stuff to photograph, not at least this bauhaus inspired building – the former boiler house of shaft 12. originally built in the 1930s it had its interior converted to a museum in 1997 by norman foster.

sumptuous

sumptousthe interior of a chrysler classic car through its windshield. from berlin, friedrichshain.

thanks to the brilliant donald barnat for introducing me to the word ‘sumptuous’.