Holding a camera is a good excuse to follow your nose. This is what I did the other day – I had a look at something, walked a bit and had a look at something else, then pushed through the undergrowth for a 100 meters and there I was.
It´s not really, it´s one of the exits of the Hofgarten in Landshut. We had a very pleasant evening here, yesterday, low strong sun casting pools of light into deep shadows.
The larger than life bronze statue of Mustafa Kemal has, it seems, a magical attraction for Turks. They like to climb up onto his lap and have their photographs taken. I suppose it´s to be expected for, after all, Mustafa Kemal, or Atatürk, as he is known, was the founder of modern day Turkey. Atatürk translated means Father of the Turks, and what can be better than sitting on your father´s knee?
The Sangro River War Cemetery contains 2617 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War. It is situated on the Adriatic coast, 26 kilometers north of Vasto
It was rather cold sitting in San Lucia waiting for the night train back to Munich, it was, after all, the end of October. This railway station in Venice is much the same as all European stations, but it´s name, “San Lucia”, gives it a romance that lifts it above names like “München Hauptbahnhof”.
I guess this shot goes under the category “Street Photography” although it really could be called “Canal Photography”.
This incongruous couple – trio, really – caught my eye on the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy.