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Was taking photos on the streets near the Christmas Markets when I was approached by another photographer, asking me whether I am using the X-E1. We chatted for sometime and turns out he's a pro with a history of M6s and was carrying 2 XPro1s with different lenses. He gave me some tips on where best to shoot the night markets. Lucky, really, as It turned out where I was was t the main Xmas markets at all. The night would have been very different I didn't have my X-E1 with ...
As in snow flakes are landing on my head and face type snowing.
This is sooo cool!!!!
Once i realised whats happening I started chasing around hoping to catch the flakes.
After a way turning around in circles it dawned on me how stupid I must be looking.
So i moved into a park to catch snow flakes.
Unfortunately, it's easy because it's very light, very much like trying to catch a flower petal.
Still, it was a lot of ...
... to know.
The Polizi was kind enough to let me through the barricade and judging by their SOP it's clearly not a murder homicide. One of them kindly guided me to the hostel and remarked, a bit embarrassingly, "have a pleasant stay in Frankfurt".
After sorting out my checkin (room ready by 4pm) and getting a cleaned up I ...
... around, it's history has resulted in it lacking a little bit of character, compared with many other European cities. Nonetheless this has suited us as we are only here for three days - mainly to get over our jet lag.
As per our way of travelling the first thing we did was to walk the city streets taking in the local sights from our hotel in the south of the city.. A two kilometre walk and ...
... br> Schloss Aurbach was built as a stronghold for securing the possessions of the Southern Katzenelnbogen dynasty, including the duties (tolls) collected from travelers using the well-known North-South trading route along the Roman 'mountain road' (Bergstrasse in German). The first mention of the town of Aurbach was in 784 A.D. Experts think that construction of the current castle began around 1222 by order of earl Diether IV von ...