Three floors of art classes, and the building is huge… I think our tour qualifies as a walk and may thus be contributed to Jo’s Monday Walks.
That day, all photos were taken with an iPhone.
This week’s photo challenge is Half and Half, and though I try to avoid halves, I think the idea is here. (The first picture even sports half a pair of socks.)
Since I have quite a bit of metal for you today – even in the second picture – I thought this might also be an appropriate entry for Paleca’s Magic Letters Challenge: The magic word is Metall.
Inside: Is the inside visible from the outside? Is the inside only perceptible in its relation to an outside (by way of looking out, for example)? How can I arrive at one of the two, starting from the other? It may be the transition that counts.
Ist das Innen von Außen zu sehen? Zeigt sich das Innen nur in seinem Bezug zum Außen (zum Beispiel beim Hinausschauen)? Wie komme ich von dem einen zum anderen? Vielleicht ist es der Übergang, der zählt.
A different approach to the the “2/3” theme that currently keeps me occupied: A bit of blur, in line with this week’s photo challenge. (Later I will explain what the series is all about: That post is already in line to go online.)
Contributing to this week’s photo challenge.
Frankfurt Bonames Airfield (top picture) was photographed in 2010. I remember driving out to the Airlift Memorial at Frankfurt Airport afterwards but having no desire to photograph the historic airplanes there… However, I did return to the Airlift Memorial in December 2012 to photograph airplanes there (bottom).
Now it just felt right to combine pictures from the two sessions – showing the tarmac and a part of the wing of a Douglas C-54. They are both about aviation, and the principles of abstraction appear quite similar. Are these two in tune?
The historic airplanes – a Douglas C-47 and a Douglas C-54 – displayed at the Airlift Memorial near Frankfurt Airport invited some abstract photography. The white cloud (one of my favourite lighting situations) also helped.
Participating in Photog Friday for January 2013.
When I made the silhouette pictures of the last two posts, one thing led to another – and among other things, these two “couples” happened. I hope they contribute to Ailsa’s Travel Theme.
Kranzplatz Playground, Wiesbaden. I think the curves might contribute to Ailsa’s Travel Theme – Curves.