an old one (picture and gumball machine wise) from vienna (2013)
taken with the sony a99 and the sony 50mm f1.4 that i had at my disposal for two weeks back then.
found in the westbahnstrasse in vienna. if you are interested in photography (and I bet you are) and photographic gear you should visit this street when in vienna. it’s packed with galleries and photographica shops. we do not have something even remotely similar here in berlin (or do we? please give me a hint!)
we do call that kind of ice cream fürst-pückler-eis here in germany… somehow the three colours behind the tree reminded me of it. i guess you could call it a bit far fetched, though.
in vienna. from my spring visit last year. it almost looks like proper street photography, don’t you think so? :)
if you think, wow, now i’d like to see more pictures of viennese shops with history hop over to the great blog with the same name made by Philip Graf and Martin Frey https://wienergeschaeftemitgeschichte.wordpress.com/
ok, maybe i’ve gone a bit too far with the title. it’s a free translation of what i can read in the picture :)
i like the apparent contrast of positive thinking behind these bars but maybe that’s just what positive thinking is all about.
road closed in vienna… nice texture, though.
on the reichsbrücke to kaisermühlen, vienna.
found and shot this nice pairing at the deserted copa cagrana on the donauinsel in vienna.
one from the prater in vienna again. (oops, this is my 500th post already…)
and what must be the moon. found on vienna’s prater again.
from donauinsel in vienna.
wiener=wiener, würstel=sausage, stand=stand, sometimes it’s quite straight forward.
shot (also) in vienna a few weeks ago. i was lucky to find the owners on holiday so i had the stand all for myself.
the dc1 tower in vienna. shot from the sunken city across the donau river. this is the very same tower that also featured in this post. i was really happy to have the tiny lumix 12-32mm at hand here but then i took the shot at 20mm anyway…
from the prater fairground in vienna.
after having been included in a wordpress post on ‘early theme adopters’ two days ago my stats went a bit wheeeeeee. thanks for being part of it, it has been quite some fun ;)
red and green
eat drink live
red and white
red and yellow
since my weekend trip to vienna two weeks ago was quite photographically inclined, i had taken my olympus 35rc with me. i was quite confident that i had sealed the light leak that in the camera but obviously i’m not even close (i’m showing the pictures nevertheless). if anybody has good advice how to find and fix the leak i’d be very interested to hear about that.
along with the olympus came my polaroid ee100 that i rarely use actually. but as we had booked the Urban Vienna Polaroid Tour with the friendly guys from PolaWalk it was a good opportunity to use the ee100 again. if you happen to be in vienna, have some spare time and are interested in polaroid photography i can heartily recommend taking a tour with Gilbert (and probably Thomas, too ;)). Gilbert is the guy with the red anorak btw.
the ee100 does have its own share of flaws and because i’m not really using it often enough i don’t know how to work around them. i took seven pictures, two of them came out just black, one is an okayish portrait and the other ones are shown here. i definitely have to practise ;)
i like the ee100 a lot but i have a bit of shutter triggering anxiety when it comes to analogue photography that i might have to overcome. i see pictures everywhere when i’m using the digital camera but when it comes to analogue i kind of procrastinate…
sticking to the steely theme from the last post, this is the riesenrad (giant ferris wheel) on vienna’s prater fairground. finally i could put my fisheye to good use.
the dc tower in vienna (behind a tree)