Just in case you haven’t guessed: my last post shows me and my new baby (it seems my calling this lovely Canon EOS 300D “baby” in a previous post, caused some misunderstandings among some of my readers recently… LOL! Apologies!). It arrived last Tuesday, but although I did take quite a few shots with it already, I’m not happy enough with the results to show them off. Unfortunately I haven’t had any time to dive into the realms of real photography yet and therefore, I ventured little beyond the camera’s automatic functions… I really hope I’ll get some time for the basics on Sunday, though.
So for this week’s PhotoHunt I’ll offer you something from my archives… I took this photo while on Christmas holiday in Berlin 4 years ago: it shows the TV tower at Alexanderplatz (in what used to be East Berlin), is one of the largest – or longest – structures in Europe: its total length to the top of the spire is 365 meters (1197 ft). By the way, the sphere contains a revolving restaurant at 207m and a viewing platform at a height of 203m. But I’ve never made it to the top: I hate queueing!
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