Wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!And focused photos, of course! Santa is already on the way – flying over an old sanatorium in Switzerland…(Or it’s just me fooling around with the new sky replacement feature in Luminar 4 😉 )
The main entrance of a Jewish school which is abandoned since 5 years. A first picture from yesterdays visit…
Work is done, the water gone… time for a beer!
In the old foundry, most of the machines standing around during during our last visit are gone. What remains is emptiness and a thick layer of dust…
A cat from our neighborhood… If she’s around when we go for a walk, she always comes to get some petting.
Once made for walking, the retired boot sits at the door, looking out to the green world.
From our exploration on last Sunday: a table underground – in the cellar of an old tavern in Switzerland.
So far I’ve posted finished pictures only. For everyone interested, here is a little insight on what I captured – and what I did with it. The tools I used for this picture: Camera: Sony ILCE-7RM3 / Alpha 7r III Lens: Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L
Ferrum is an old, traditional company in Switzerland with over 100 years of history. But the foundry business got less and less profitable until this part of the production ceased last year. Together with an employee we had the opportunity to visit the location which
Close to the ovens the hammers are laying like someone will use them again in a minute. But it’s months ago since the last mold was cast…