Back to Jenny Brown’s point to visit Muffer……
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It’s always good to get home for a few days, especially when you get to meet up friends you’ve not seen for a long time. Thanks for the lovely evening and of course the excellent food! Fujifilm X-Pro 1 Funjinon 35mm f1.4 Aperture and NIK
…. and practicing. I’ve been wanting one of these for a long time, and when the opportunity arose I snapped it up. The Lensbaby “Edge 80” certainly is very different from anything I’ve ever used before and it should help my diminished creativity for the coming 53 weeks….. (There’s a hint in there somewhere) Anyway I’d better get practicing….. Canon 5D Lensbaby Composer Pro with Edge 80 Aperture and NIK
I thought I’d continue the Soviet theme for another week. This is more or less all that remains of the former Red Army base, which after being cleared of all munitions is now a public park.
It was rather fitting that I should find myself in this part of Berlin on this day, May the 1st of course being international labour day. It was here on the 17th of June 1953 that the workers of the newly formed GDR started their uprising against the fledgling socialist regime, primarily due to the increase of work quotas. The Soviets were called in and the “counter-revolution” was quashed with an official loss of 125 lives. From then on this […]