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The Bridge


"The Bridge"
The Brooklyn Bridge supposedly is the most photographed bridge of the world.
So of course I had to do my part to keep up its reputation...
New York City, USA 1996
Minolta x700, Ilford FP4 100, Tokina 28-70mm Zoom
full size image or klick on the thumbnail.

"The watchers"
Anthropomorphous binoculars for tourists in Battery Park.
New York City, USA 1995
Minolta x700, Ilford FP4 100, Tokina 28-70mm Zoom
full size image or klick on the thumbnail.
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"Then you saw us, now you don't"
From this point of view the World Trade Center's first floor windows
looked almost like eyes.
New York City, USA 1992
Minolta x700, Ilford FP4 100, Tokina 28-70mm Zoom
full size image or klick on the thumbnail.

"Whistle while you cross"
The famous bridge over the river Kwai isn't all that impressive from
close up. But it is definitely worth a few shots.
Kanchanaburi, Thailand 2001
Minolta x700, Ilford FP4 100, Tokina 28-70mm Zoom
full size image or klick on the thumbnail.
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"Dune"
Apart from salt pans, multi-coloured rocks and rattle-snakes Death Valley
also has to offer a few dunes.
Death Valley, Nevada, USA 1996
Minolta x700, Ilford FP4 100, Tokina 28-70mm Zoom
full size image or klick on the thumbnail.

"NYC vertical"

How do you recognize a tourist in NYC? He or she looks up beyond the
second floor!
South Manhattan, New York City, USA 1995
Minolta x700, Ilford FP4 100, Tokina 28-70mm Zoom
full size image or klick on the thumbnail.
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"Tranquility"
One of the many relatively well preserved historic Buddha-statues
in Si Satchanalai's Historical Park.
Sukhothai, Thailand 2001
Minolta x700, Kokak Tmax 100, Tokina 28-70mm Zoom
full size image or klick on the thumbnail.

"Ladies' day out"
The little town of Oudtshoorn's claim to fame is that 80% of the world's
ostrich population live here. These ladies were nice enough to let their
curiousity overcome their shyness thus enabling me to take their portraits.
Oudtshoorn, South Africa 2000
Minolta x700, Ilford FP4 100, Tokina 28-70mm Zoom
full size image or klick on the thumbnail.
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"City of victory"
The father of the Mughal ruler who built the Taj Mahal had this city built. A
wise hermit who lived on the site had predicted for him a great victory and
the birth of his long-awaited son. However, the city had to be abandoned after only seven years,
since it proved too difficult to provide it with sufficient water.
Fatehpur Sikri, Indien 1999
Minolta x700, Kokak Tmax 100, Tokina 28-70mm Zoom
full size image or klick on the thumbnail.
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