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Reflecto ergo sum

Reflecting surfaces in Zurich. Click each picture to zoom in.

Windows 2020

Windows of Zurich. Click each picture to zoom in.

The human factor

Not only tables … Small human details make cities lively again

Feet in the Limmat river, not a space left!

A tree of life and hope appeared in the Münstehof

Queues for hotdogs, ice creams, pretzel …I love queues!

..except for queues for the toilet…

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Death can’t dance

Nights ago, during COVID19 peak, a dancing Death appeared on the basement of Hans Waldmann, once upon a time Mayor of Zurich.

No time for dancing Death anymore in Zürich… hopefully for long!

People regained the abandoned places of the last 2 months. Here are the squatters at the Opera square.

Bikers along the Limmat Quai

Full benches at the Münsterhof

…and the soap bubble maker of Bellevue. Everything back to normality?

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Non places

Non places, still visited, during endless sessions of geocaching. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

 

 

Back to life

Signs of normal life style back into the city of Zurich, Switzerland. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

Freeze! My first Deep Space Objects

Starry night skies are present in Zurich despite the light pollution . Still, is light pollution low enough for shooting deep space objects? Which exposures / f values,  ISO combinations are necessary to capture galaxies or star clusters?

With a fixed tripod, 30 sec exposures cause long star trails.

With a Skyguider Pro mount, 4 minute long exposures produce clear star pins: so many stars turn visible through photography!

With such long exposures, Deep Space Objects like M37, Spinwheel and Starfish star clusters got visible! Can you see them between Venus (bottom left) and Capella (the bright star on the right border)?

Here is a crop from above: the 3 clusters are vertically displaced across middle of the picture.

A continuous tracking of the Polar Star alignment is useful with 4 minute long exposures or longer. If the alignment get lost during the shooting, star trails will appear. I obtained continuous tracking by changing the optical scope for iPolar, an electronic scope which shows the alignment to the Polar Star on a laptop screen. The electronic scope does not need to detect the Polar Star. The detection of 3-4 stars is enough to localize the Zenith. A good alignment is very easily kept for 4 minutes and likely more.

 

Camera setup for stars: 240″, f/3.2, ISO 500

Around 20 pictures stacked with the free software DeepSkyStacker

Lenses: Nikon 70-200 mm or 35 mm

Cameras: Nikon D800 or D600

Mount: Skyguider Pro (iOPTRON) with iPolar

Twig hanger

Pictures shot at the Zurich Zoo. Click to zoom in these 100% cropped frames

 

 

Face it!

Face it.. if you can. Pictures shot at the Zurich Zoo. Click to zoom in these 100% cropped frames

Eyes on me!

Pictures shot at the Zurich Zoo. Click to zoom in these 100% cropped frames

ROAMER

Thoughts of a #ColdFleshed Human Body...

Life at Her Brightest

by Anna Trestain

Atramento_Art

A portfolio of my paintings, sketches, and other artwork

Photographs by Timothy S. Allen

Exploring the World with a Camera

Destination Humanity

Chasing big dreams one photo at a time

Daydreams and Histories

Jumping off a cliff is not dumb. It's random.

seagirll

Travel

Raw Streets

by MaxGor

Mittened Hands

Photography

the Book of Bokeh

Bokeh describes the character or "feel" of the out-of-focus areas in a photograph.

Photoblog of Maria Vincent Robinson

Photographer - People and Places

A Traveler's Tale

photography and travel interests, places, and things

Wind Against Current

Thoughts on kayaking, science, and life

Joshi Daniel Photography

Images of People Photoblog

artborghi.com

home of lorenzo borghi photography

iledumondeblog.wordpress.com/

le patrimoine culturel immatériel francilien

sandipsarkarphotography

Nature is forever.....capturing it is bliss!!

My Urban Insights©

My Urban Insights© 2013-2016 All rights reserved. CONTACT: myurbaninsights@gmail.com INSTAGRAM: @myurbaninsigths

Foto Digital

Foto y Vídeo profesional de Bodas y eventos

L'étranger

Looking through the stranger's eyes

The Riparian Times

The Riparian Times is a boutique publication with musings about life, travel, fashion and art.

fotorichter

fotos und/and photos

52kr

Zweiundfünfzig Wochen Krefeld. Zweiundfünfzig Bilder. Aus meinem Alltag in dieser Stadt.

Hannah and Harley

A little bit of life, love, and laughter.

Pavlos Ζikos Photography©

Personal Photography Portfolio

Leap

let's jump into the deep end! a travel (but mostly food) blog.

Amanda Sabga Photo

Life as I see it / Boston based photojouranlist

Michael fotografiert

... der Weg zum Meister

Photo avant-garde

Photography at a different level

Windybee's Blog

Everyone knows it's Windy

mvschulze

Stream of Thought observations, images, and more

MakeUpArtistNT

Визажист Евгения Белоглазова

Out-of-Focus Photography

Bringing memories to light...

Idiomatic@

“It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end.” ― Ursula K. Le Guin

Denise in Detail

Things that make me tick

Victoria's Secret Blog

My travels, pictures and ramblings...

PassionArtLove

The Best Things In Life Are Made From These.....

six degrees photography

capturing the world, one frame at a time

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