Two spaces in Augsburg. The left one is a shopping mall near the train station, the right one is a pedestrian tunnel to Pfersee, painted in fancy colors, with classical music playing in the background (no kidding). It has recently been opened up: the wall to the right on this picture is now gone, the music is gone and pedestrians can enjoy the view and sound of the cars passing by.
(both with GF-1 and Olympus 45mm/1.8)
At a street festival in Augsburg.
(NEX-7 with Sony E 50mm/1.8 @ F3.2, 1/400, ISO 100)
Summer in Augsburg is festival time! Two pictures from the medieval festival “Wertachbrucker Thorfest”. Something for the young and the old alike.
(both with NEX-7 + Sony E 50mm/1.8)
See more pictures of the epic event by clicking the following link.
Quick visit to one of Augsburg’s most beautiful churches: St. Ulrich und Afra.
(NEX-7 + Sigma 30mm/2.8 @ F2.8)
Augsburg’s fair is called Plärrer (“noise-maker”) and takes place twice a year. We were able to visit it on an actually quite noise-free morning on its last and very sunny day.
(all with NEX-7 + Sigma 30mm/2.8)
Today’s the day when in France and Greece, statesmen are racing against each other in historical elections.
(NEX-7 + Sigma 30mm/2.8 @ 1/100, f4.0, ISO 100)
Augsburg features a really cool training run for canoe athletes (at Kuhsee, Siebentischwald).
(NEX-7 + 18-55mm kit lens @ 18mm, f5.6, ISO100)