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Old Mar 6, 2011, 11:15 AM   #1
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Hi all,

some impressions from the city of Marburg, Germany shot today.

I hope you will enjoy them.

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Old Mar 6, 2011, 1:23 PM   #2
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A very good series, Stefan-

However, compare the Contrast and sharpness of #1 to #4. #4 has much better image quality. I think that there was some camera movement in Photo #1, causing some lack of really sharp focus.

Notice the improvement in my attachment. it is only a slight adjustment as you cannot overcome camera blur.

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Really great shots Stefan, love the last one and No.2 with the river in the foreground. I see the sun is shinning for you, and Marburg looks like a fab place.
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Stefan Nice. That is fantastic looking building and a great looking statue on the rooftop.

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Stefan Nice. That is fantastic looking building and a great looking statue on the rooftop.

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JJ,

the castle is quite old.
First documents are from around 1000 AD, but as you can see it today, it was finished around 1300 AD.

http://www.marburg.de/de/48593

http://www.uni-marburg.de/profile-en...et_language=en

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