On my way back from Bratislava the sky over the Danube showed his best colours. Enjoy. If you click the pictures you will find Full HD pictures to be used as wallpapers.
All of you who have been to Miniaturwunderland in Hamburg know the little details. One of my favorites was mashed up into a wallpaper. I even created a diver icon for the cows!
If you hear Hamburg you can think of many things: You think of musicals, water, Reeperbahn, St. Pauli, Kiez, Elbe, Alster, Sternschanze, Altona and many more. I especially fell in love with all the reflections and lights. The following picture is made of 4 straight out of camera snapshots, stitched, cropped and finally I added a frame. Enjoy and add Hamburg to your vacation list.
It was raining cats and dogs. Other people might consider this bad weather for a wedding or for being outside. But fortunately two lovely people said Yes to each other yesterday, at least officially because they must have said it to each other a long time ago. And yesterday evening I sat with the usual
Toothbrush, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. These soft toothbrushes look a little bit rough in detail. From the distance things always look different.
The difference between a tissue and microfiber, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. Have a look at this picture and then think again which one of these you to use on your optical hardware: Glasses, lenses, microscopes, … A tissue might be soft for your nose, but not for high precision glass with optical coating…
I think the tower is the highest building right now. And it is not even finished yet. But the lines are impressive…
Red Pen, a photo by stst31415 on Flickr. What i love on macro photography is that you get very close to things you maybe hold in your hands on a quite regular basis. And then you realize that you entered another world. And sometimes the aperture is f/32 😉
Actually I do not think the Yasuhara Nanoha is not really a macro lens. It is more like the missing link between a macro lens and a microscope. The lens comes with a 3 LED lighting which is fixed to the lens. A screw driver is included, so you could remove it. There is also