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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 ...
... chat with the cleaner, Craig. Turns out the guy was walking down the street and got hit by a drunk truck driver.
Anyway, I told Craig I am from Sydney looking forward to seeing the snow and it turns out he worked in a Wooloomoolloo hostel for months! So now we are going to a pub crawl on Thurs night.
... their newborn daughter. He was consumed with grief and decided to build a church around their graves. The church was dedicated in honor of St. Elizabeth, John the Baptist's mother, and the patron saint of deceased children.
The church has two entrances: the south and the west entrance. The south entrance was originally only for members of the nobility. It offered visitors leaving the building a panoramic view of Wiesbaden, ...
... Philipp for a walk through the park and ate more cake and ice-creams. Philipp loves water and insisted on throwing pebbles into the River Rhein.
We have enjoyed our stay in Wiesbaden. On Monday morning we packed our bags and Erika and Manfred joined us for the train ride to Frankfurt before bidding us farewell. From Frankfurt we boarded a train to Nuremberg and then a bus to Prague. There would be no more help from relatives to translate the language. We are on our own from here!