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Old Feb 24, 2007, 1:14 PM   #1
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I posted some photos of the green citadel (a work based on F. Hundertwasser) here: http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=81

If you like architectural photos, be my guest! Comments welcome.

P.S. Yes, I know, as a Pentax owner I SHOULD take bird shots only, but I couldn't resist. Sorry. :blah:
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Old Feb 24, 2007, 1:30 PM   #2
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nice but i think you should stick to birds.
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Well, i like it. And now i want to go there - where is it exactly?

(and i thought it was only me that noticed the pentax/bird shots :G - however, now I'm going to have to pay closer attention to them, because i keep complaining about my toddler being too fast to capture, so i can really learn from the bird people! )


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Magdeburg (Germany), City Centre. Can't miss it - it's a 6-7 mins walk from the central train station, the cathedral is almost at the same place - so you don't even need a map

(narf... noticed that you are from Germany too after I posted this... how very funny! It's really easy to find - only drawback are the rare parking lots in the city centre - it's either walk a bit, use public transport or bite the bullet and pay)

There are organized sightseeing tours and a special office across the main road there where you can get all kind of information about it.

Good luck and a happy stay there!

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(and i thought it was only me that noticed the pentax/bird shots :G - however, now I'm going to have to pay closer attention to them, because i keep complaining about my toddler being too fast to capture, so i can really learn from the bird people! )

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nice but i think you should stick to birds.
Never! I'll point my camera at EVERYTHING. I did this since I got my first analog camera and I'll stick to that tactics. :blah:That MAY include birds, though.
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nice but i think you should stick to birds.
Never! I'll point my camera at EVERYTHING. I did this since I got my first analog camera and I'll stick to that tactics. :blah:That MAY include birds, though.
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i shoot a lot of everything also.
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Thanks for sharing these - the article is interesting and puts the "building" in context. Very interesting!
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These are excellent pictures...I like the form and color compositions! Jay
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UPDATE

Original thread was updated with 2 more pics.

Have fun!

( --> http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=81)
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The last one gives a good impression of what's going on. Reminds me of being in a forest - I was up on a mountain top and wanted to have my camera straight. However, it really didn't matter - there was nothing straight to line it up with (horizon line was a distant mountain range, trees aren't plumb, and the ground sloped).
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