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The Forgotten Scientist

The Forgotten Scientist

August 2006, Cologne.

The 700th photo on this photoblog!

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Two Plus Three

Two Plus Three

Cologne 2008.

Part of a ‘Auf Wiedersehen Cologne’ series. The first one in the series is here.

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I Have Got You

I Have Got You

Cologne 2008.

Part of a ‘Auf Wiedersehen Cologne’ series. The first one in the series is here.

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Fallen

Fallen

Cologne 2008.

Before leaving Cologne at the end of June 2008 I shot part of a roll while randomly wandering through some parts of the city. I finally got around to scanning that film today. I’ll post a few photos over the next few days that I like from that roll starting with this one.

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Feeding Time

Feeding Time

June 2008, Cologne.

I went out to shoot with a friend yesterday and stumbled upon this scene in serendipitous fashion.

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Ebertplatz

Ebertplatz
May 2008, Cologne (Fuji Sensia 100).

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Cologne III

Cologne III

May 2008, Cologne.

Shot through glass from a viewing platform on top of a 30 stories building. 

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The Unknown Reader

The Unknown Reader

April 2008, Cologne (Fuji Sensia 100).

This was quite literally an off the cuff shot. I just placed the camera on a thick book I was holding, turned it to the direction I wanted, focussed to infinity, guessed half the exposure and shot off three frames. I had no way of knowing what/if I’d get/anything. Luckily, two of those frames came out decent. This is one of them. After a long time I am happy with something I shot.

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The Path To The Tower

The Path To The Tower

November 2007, Cologne. (Fuji Sensia 100)

This is not a great shot. For one, the original exposure was way off (partially rescued here through post-processing). But I find the composition to be strangely peaceful and calming if such a thing is possible.

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Near Future

Near Future
February 2008, Cologne.

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