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Thru Beneath

First of all, let me thank my dear friend Gerald Büchsel, who introduced me to the secrets of reflex camera photography recently. We went off for a photo-tour through our state's maintown Stuttgart. Our motto was "Thru Beneath", if I can say so. So we looked for bridges, tunnels, underground crossings and so on. I took a lot of photos with a Canon F-1. Well, most of them were...hmmm..ya know, first tries. But some of them I liked quite a bit, and so I am going to share them here with you. Hope you like it!

Pedestrian underpass

Departure platform at Stuttgart's main station

Underground parking exit

Pedestrian underpass exit. View from below.

View through a scultptured artwork

Placard in underpass

Posted by Minz Meyer at April 30, 2004, 04:42 PM | To Top

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I was in Stuttgart once, almost a year ago this day. Even though I was there for just a day, your pictures still produce feelings of recognition in me (the platform at the main station in particular, but also the placard in the underpass - in the park by the station, by any chance?).

So, cheers for this post. :)

Posted by: Martin at May 2, 2004 10:50 PM | Let Cool (this ingredient)

Do like. The geometries, the contrast are great! Thanks for the sharing and please continue to so do.

Posted by: Ines at May 4, 2004 12:09 PM | Let Cool (this ingredient)

Very nice Minz!

Love black and white photos. Very nostalgic feeling.

Posted by: Christine at May 5, 2004 03:04 AM | Let Cool (this ingredient)

I especially like the first one, great perspective. Something about that figure at the end, makes a great focal point. Thanks for sharing.

Posted by: Jim at May 14, 2004 08:48 AM | Let Cool (this ingredient)