Last Saturday Karen needed to go into Munich to collect and ship books for a client. For the collecting, carrying and packing she needed some help, so I took the opportunity to practice with the Fuji X100. I only had moments within the two hours we were there, but that was enough for some benefit.
Munich West Park is a former Garden show grounds that has been turned into a park for the local residents. Remnants of the garden show event are still there. A Japanese garden, various pagodas from Thailand, China and Nepal and many of the flower beds and rose garden can still be seen.
The Deutsche Museum Verkehrszentrum (Transport) is a part of the Munich science museum.
Munich has quite a lot of green areas, but the main park area running either side of the river Isar is the Englischer Garten. This park area has a lake, streams, woods and open grass fields. The central area has a restaurant, beer garden and the Chinese tower, which is a pagoda that is used
The zoo is very easy for photography. The aquarium is underground and the room for the people has very low lighting, this causes very little reflection on the glass. The tropical plants house has “free range lizards” that catch bugs, which means that there is no glass or fence between the lens and the animal.
Went on a trip to Munich yesterday, Tuesday 14th March and while this may not be everybody's „cup of tea“; it is mine so I thought I would share it with you…
It seemed appropriate that while the Olympic Summer Games are on, I give you some of the images I have from from a walk I did in the Olympic Park in Munich. This was the venue of the Summer Olympics in ’72. This video covers a little bit of architecture and a little bit of
The botanical garden in Munich is without doubt one of my favourite photo locations. The compact nature and contents provide photographic opportunities with every turn. The layout is excellent; the access is great and the care taken with the plants means that one can get really good photographs. Early each year (Jan-Mar) they have a