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It was a very clear winter day and my target was to take some pictures at a nearby lake. But on my way I figured out that the Philipsburg nuclear power plant might be more interesting...


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The Transamerica Pyramid from Pier 7 at sunset.

"Named after its designer, engineer Gustave Eiffel, the Eiffel Tower is the tallest building in Paris.[1] More than 200,000,000 people have visited the tower since its construction in 1889,[2] including 6,719,200 in 2006,[3] making it the most visited paid monument in the world.[4][5] Including the 24 m (79 ft) antenna, the structure is 324 m (1,063 ft) high (since 2000), which is equivalent to about 81 levels in a conventional building.


When the tower was completed in 1889 it was the world's tallest tower — a title it retained until 1930 when New York City's Chrysler Building (319 m — 1,047 ft tall) was completed.[6] The tower is now the fifth-tallest structure in France and the tallest structure in Paris, with the second-tallest being the Tour Montparnasse (210 m — 689 ft), although that will soon be surpassed by Tour AXA (225.11 m — 738.36 ft)."


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Pentacon Six TL medium format camera

Carl Zeiss Jena MC Sonnar 2.8/180 lens

Kodak Portra 400NC film

Scan from negative @4800dpi, downsized x0.5


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The interesting thing about this shot is neither the sunset nor the bottle - it's the location! I really did not expect that they sell Munich's original Paulaner Hefe-Weißbier in the middle of far-off Lake Onega!


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Her hair got little bit wet.

A view of the graveyard at Disney's Haunted Mansion. Getting a head start on Halloween.

I am uploading half naked girls just to get more views.


Camera: Canon 5D Mark II

Lens: Canon 17-40mm f4.0L

Focal Length: 40mm

ISO: 5000

Exposure: 1/125 sec at f / 4.0

Exposure Bias: 1 EV



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Happiness gives strength.

La Tour CMA CGM (aussi appelée French Line ou Tour Jacques Saadé) est un gratte-ciel de bureaux en


construction, situé dans le quartier d'affaires Euroméditerranée à Marseille.


Haute de 147 m, ayant 33 étages, 15 ascenceurs et conçue par l'architecte Zaha Hadid. Il s'agit de la plus


grande tour marseillaise.


Le bâtiment abrite des bureaux,le siège social de la compagnie de transport maritime CMA CGM, troisième


mondial en transport de conteneurs.


À la tour s'ajoute un bâtiment annexe qui contient des locaux techniques, plusieurs niveaux de parking


souterrain, un restaurant d'entreprise et une salle de fitness.

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La Torre CMA CGM ( también llamada French Line o Vuelta Jacques Saadé ) es un rascacielos de oficinas,


situado en el barrio d' asuntos Euroméditerranée en Marsella.


Alta de 147 m, teniendo 33 pisos, 15 ascenceurs y concebida por l' architecte Zaha Hadid. Es la más grande


torre marsellesa. El edificio alberga oficinas, el domicilio social de la compañía de transporte marítima CMA


CGM, tercer mundial en transporte de contenedores.


A la Torre s' añada un edificio adjunto que contiene locales técnicos, varios niveles de aparcamiento subterráneo,


un restaurante d' empresa y una sala de fitness.

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The Tower CMA CGM (also called French Line or Tower Jacques Saadé) is a skyscraper under construction


offices, located in the business district Euroméditerranée in Marseille.


147 m high, with 33 floors, 15 elevators and designed by architect Zaha Hadid. It is the tallest tower in Marseille.


The building houses offices, the headquarters of the shipping company CMA CGM, the third global container




At the tower added an annex building that contains service rooms, several levels of underground parking, and a


fitness room.



The courts at the Main Beach in Laguna Beach, California, are ranked the second most likely to host a pickup game featuring NBA players. These guys were no pros, but the setting sun made them look good, too.


This photo made Explore at #64 on Dec 15, 2010 and peaked at #29.

Una de las cosas que mas me llamaron la atención de Viena, fue el estilo griego clásico del Parlamento de Austria.

Delante del edificio, se encuentra la estatua de la diosa de la sabiduría de la mitología griega: Pallas Atenea.

Tallinn's grandest 19th-century church, the Kaarli or Charles XI’s Church, sets itself apart with its twin steeples, immense size and neo-Roman style.


It was built from 1862 to 1882 as a long overdue replacement for the original Kaarli Church, itself founded in 1670 on the order of Sweden's King Charles XI. Like many wooden structures located outside the city wall, the first Kaarli Church burned down during the Great Northern War in the early 1700s.


Architect Otto Pius Hippius from St. Petersburg built the present limestone church using a special arch technique that gave it have a vast, open interior. With its wonderful acoustics and seating capacity of 1,500, the church is often used as a venue for choral concerts.


The Kaarli Church is home to the first Estonian fresco, “Come to Me,” painted in 1879 by famed Tallinn artist Johann Köler. It also boasts the country's largest church organ, installed in 1924.

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Desde mi punto de vista...

Pentacon Six TL medium format camera

Carl Zeiss Jena MC Biometar 2.8/80 lens

Kodak Portra 400NC film

Scan from negative @2400dpi


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Tatsächlich ein Farbfoto und nicht digital auf Sepia umgefärbt.


These are the actual colors; no convertion to sepia afterwards.



Camera: Canon Rebel XTi (400D)

Lens: Canon 50mm f1.4

Focal Length: 50mm

ISO: 200

Exposure: 1/15 sec at f / 9.0

Exposure Bias: 2/3 EV



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Looks like somebody forgot an important appointment.

The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is an orthodox cathedral in the Tallinn Old Town, Estonia.

The Cathedral crowns the hill of Toompea and was built during the period of late 19th century Russification and was so disliked by many Estonians as a symbol of oppression that the Estonian authorities scheduled the cathedral for demolition in 1924, but the decision was never implemented due to lack of funds and the building's massive construction. As the USSR was officially non-religious, many churches including this cathedral were left to decline. The church has been meticulously restored since Estonia regained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991.


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Taken during the Emmanuel Church Durham Funday, June 2013

Übriggebliebene Schneestange entlang einer Straße in Leonding, Oberösterreich.


Left over snow pole marker at the side of a street in Leonding, Upper Austria.



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Lens: Canon 50mm f1.4

Focal Length: 50mm

ISO: 200

Exposure: 1/100 sec at f / 11

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