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Projekt 52 week 35: Opposites

The topic of week 35 in Sari’s photo Projekt 52:

Opposites

I picked the opposites of old and new:

35: Opposites

Week 35: Opposites

The old house from the century before last, whose side wall, for instance, I already showed in week 27, during its renovation – the roof and the gables have been torn down, now they’re building a new roof and new gables on top of the old walls.


Mist, schon wieder so 'n blödes Insekt!

Of bees and buildings

A little photo walk means photos, and photos mean a blog post – let’s start with nature:

Biene auf Distel 1

Biene auf Distel 2

Schwebfliege auf gelber Blüte Hummel im Anflug

bewohntes Blatt

Now on to the Pfaffenhofen main square construction work:

Hauptplatz 1

Hauptplatz 2

…and in the Löwenstraße (lion street) – watch out, the church spire will soon be gone!

Gerüst Kirchturm an der Kette

A lantern on the town hall balcony – will it enlighten the politicians?

Rathaus mit Lampe blaues Geländer

And finally an attempt at HDR tone mapping – photographed through the building (and a dirty window) with exposure correction ±2:

Ilmgau-Kaufhaus HDR

Flickr archive with these pictures)

Like an elephant…

The scaffolding was removed recently from the department store that has been extended and received its new escalator in February, and so it shines in all its splendor – and, well, it somehow looks to me like an elephant with its tusks cut off:

house with trunk

Or what do you see? :bigsmile:

Projekt 52 week 27: (old) masonry

The topic of week 27 in Sari’s photo Projekt 52:

(old) walls/masonry

Well then:

27: (old) masonry

Week 27: (old) walls/masonry

Part of an old warehouse – other parts of which were already shown in week 20 – right in the town’s center, with construction work next to it.

Update 4 Jul: They’re actually erecting a scaffolding around that building today…

And as I got to know in the mean time, it actually is protected as a historical building – a nearby hotel already parked their guests’ horse-drawn carriages there a long time ago.


Windows needed

Loch in der Wand

So they make them. Loudly. Or two. Or three. Or …

:muedfall: