Posts from the ‘photography of architecture’ Category
Blue Prime Tower and red construction cranes, the few colors of the day
A wider view towards west
Protruding fingers, Zurich modern skyline in the mist.
The Alps crowning a straight southwards view on the city.
Zurich city center with its tall buildings and church towers, the lake behind.
What will 2019 will bring us? Pictures shot on a misty, cold new day from Waidberg, a hill north of the city of Zurich, Switzerland. Click each picture to enjoy every single detail shot with a 50 mm on a Nikon D800 sensor.
…. under the main streets of Middle Age towns …
… inside and below its once-upon-a-time church …
… located where most famous Italian producers have their mansions …
… at the end of long bricked walled corridors…
Pictures shot in Barbaresco, click each picture to zoom in.
Langstrasse is the queer side of Zurich, with street prostitution, drug dealers and bizarre shops. Here are the bizarre shops.
A night club, maybe?
The board says “means of transportation” … ???
Lovely shop window for a silver worker
Italian pizzeria, of course.
Too small to fit..
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Did you miss ZÜRCHER/IN the exhibition? ZÜRCHER/IN is a photography project created by ARTBorghi (Lorenzo Borghi and Maria Francesca) on the common people highly over-represented as bronze and granite statues in the city of Zürich, Switzerland. Just a few statues of prominents adorn this Swiss city, which is flooded by commoners mostly relaxing in their free time. Not all statues represent common people: gods decorate the streets of Zürich too.
In the book, available online, coordinates and maps will additionally help you in this art-quest.
Otto Münch, Mädchen im Wind (1935) / Einar Utzon-Frank, Aphrodite (1921)
Hermann Hubacher, Ganymed (1946) / Ivar Johnsson, David (1921)
Eduard Zimmermann, Waldmannbrunnen (1935) / Hermann Hubacher, Kniendes Mädchen (1928)
Emilio Stanzani, Merkur (1949)
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