Archive For The “architecture” Category
That wall will not survive for very long, those roots are too strong.
Bridge over the Twente Canal around Almen, apparently a Calender-Hamilton-type bridge from immediately after WWII when all bridges over the canal were blown to bits.
The only time I get to Trier is for the Christmas market
View from the Fresa Inn Hotel in Kamata, a great area of Tokyo.
Camera: PENTAX 67II ISO: 400
Camera: PENTAX 67II ISO: 100
Camera: PENTAX 67II Focal length: 75mm ISO: 400
Aperture: ƒ/1.5 Camera: SM-G960F Focal length: 4.3mm ISO: 1250 Shutter speed: 1/6s
Aperture: ƒ/2 Camera: PENTAX MZ-S Focal length: 85mm ISO: 400
Close Encounters of the x-kind; making sure unrelated things line up in a photo to create a story 🙂 Camera: PENTAX MZ-S Focal length: 40mm ISO: 400
So many windmills just on the border with another country…. This one was on less than a stone throw from Belgium. Aperture: ƒ/2.8 Camera: PENTAX ME Super Focal length: 40mm ISO: 400
Aperture: ƒ/1.5 Camera: SM-G960F Focal length: 4.3mm ISO: 320 Shutter speed: 1/35s
The oldest lighthouse in Shetland. Camera: PENTAX MZ-S Focal length: 85mm ISO: 400
Aperture: ƒ/2.4 Camera: SM-G960F Focal length: 4.3mm ISO: 250 Shutter speed: 1/50s