Posts Tagged ‘Brandenburg’

Night sky over Brandenburg

January 5th, 2016

Over new year we spent some days in Fürstenwerder north of Berlin. The population density is low and from midnight on most of the street lights get shut off so light pollution is much less than near big cities.

So one freezing cold and stormy night (-10°C/14°F) I took the camera and a flashlight and went out.

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EOS 7D – ISO3200 – 10 s – f/1.8 – 18 mm

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EOS 7D – ISO3200 – 8 s – f/1.8 – 18 mm

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EOS 7D – ISO3200 – 8 s – f/1.8 – 18 mm

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EOS 7D – ISO3200 – 10 s – f/1.8 – 19 mm

A walk around the Grubensee in Brandenburg

January 6th, 2014

You don’t often find places where there are absolutely no people in Germany.

We had the luck to visit the “Grubensee” (Link to OSM) on a very nice day in January when nobody else did.

Here are some impressions for you.

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7D – ISO100 – 1/640 s – f/1.4 – 30 mm

 

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7D – ISO100 – 1/250 s – f/2 – 30 mm

Landing stages that are slowly decomposing seem to be one of the main features of the lake.

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7D – ISO400 – 1/1600 s – f/2.8 – 85 mm

 

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7D – ISO200 – 1/250 s – f/8 – 50 mm

 

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7D – ISO200 – 1/500 s – f/2.8 – 85 mm