Just one image: I turn my back on you

Osterglocke, Gelbnarzisse, Narcissus pseudonarcissus. From our garden during last year’s corona regime. Vintage macro lens with manual focus from Asahi Pentax. Olympus OMD EM1, Asahi S-M-C Takumar Macro 4/100mm In case you’d like to comment, it’s appreciated … and maybe, you want to visit my website or my flickr page too. So long … and…… Continue reading Just one image: I turn my back on you

Just one image: A City Palace

The Stadtschloss Weimar – the old city palace – is located at the north end of the Park an der Ilm. The first building at that location is documented around the end of the 10th century. It was destroyed by fire several times (1424, 1618, 1774) and has been reconstructed each time over the past…… Continue reading Just one image: A City Palace

Just one image: St. Peter & Paul

St. Peter & Paul – also known as the Herder Church – located in the heart of Weimar at the well known Herderplatz. The first church building on this location was built around 1245, the current building is dated back from around 1489. The building is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Classical Weimar.…… Continue reading Just one image: St. Peter & Paul

Just one image: Anno 1900

Located in the historical German city of Weimar – a classicistic gem – the cafe now named ‘Anno 1900’ was founded back in 1890. Image made with a Contax 167 MT, a Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/35mm attached and loaded with Kodak Ultramax 400. In case you’d like to comment, it’s appreciated … and maybe, you…… Continue reading Just one image: Anno 1900

A Contax 167MT and a Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm in Porto

This time in Porto … something went terribly wrong. Getting back my films from the lab, they wrote that some images were underexposed. Seeing the results, around 1/3rd of the frames were near black and I’m still guessing what happened. The Contax 167MT with its Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm worked quite well with the Kodak…… Continue reading A Contax 167MT and a Carl Zeiss Distagon 2.8/28mm in Porto

Sevilla, when it’s still cold at home – Part 5

Real Alcazar is one of the miracles of Spanish history, built for king Peter of Castile between 1350 and 1369.  It is the oldest royal palace in Europe still in use. After this long tour, we had some time to stroll around in town. As so many times before, I made two albums, one in…… Continue reading Sevilla, when it’s still cold at home – Part 5