Dresden Walk

Staircase and lead glass window, Hygienemuseum Dresden

Staircase and lead glass window, Hygienemuseum Dresden

I guess i have to get this fisheye fascination out of my system in order to use this lens objectively, so here goes:

Took the day off yesterday.

Took the day off yesterday.

Didn’t visit the singles bar, though. Instead, I went on a 18 km hike all over Dresden. Started at the Hygienemuseum.

Went by the VW see-through factory.

Went by the VW see-through factory.

Then to the “Blaues Wunder” bridge.

Which is green from the underside …

Then back along the Elbe river with trees in filigree ...

Then back along the Elbe river with trees in filigree …

... and decorated artistically.

… and decorated artistically.

Near the center again, one of the bridges over the Elbe river.

Near the center again, one of the bridges over the Elbe river.

Then into the melée:

Push ...

Push …

... and shove at the Christmas fair.

… and shove at the Christmas fair.

The fisheye is a good lens for street photography if your subjects can almost touch their noses to the lens.

Kalipygian statue in a mall.

Kalipygian statue in a mall.

In front of the Semper Opera ...

In front of the Semper Opera …

... and the back of it.

… and the back of it.

There you have it. Quite a workout.

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