After more than five years, this June I had the opportunity to drop by Hakata’s legendary (founded 77 years ago!) Gogo Camera Trading Company once more. Aside from having a little chat with Mr. Gogo and buying a NIKKOR-H Auto 1:3.5 f=28mm (1972), of course I also took the opportunity to take a photo of the place again.
Nachdem ich die letzte Gruppenausstellung von Gurkenkunst (Oktober 2020) verpasst hatte, bin ich dieses Mal wieder dabei:
Vom 03.09.–30.09.2022 zeigt Tim Reuscher im nachladen in der Sternstraße 17 die Gurkenkust junger lokaler und auswärtiger Kunstschaffender. Eröffnung war am Samstag, 03.09., 14:00h–19:00h.
Immer für eine Überraschung gut, schaut unbedingt rein!
Photo taken without involvement of a photographer: When I bowed down to adjust my shoestrings, the camera belt slipped from my shoulder, sending the camera on a swift descend towards the parking-lot tarmac. On impact, the shutter of the camera fired, resulting in the image above. Luckily the camera shrugged it off, save for a few scratches in the bottom plate.
Hamburg, November 2021.
Hamburg, summer 2020.
To counter the ongoing heatwave, here are some pictures from Hamburg in late March of this year.
Even though springtime seems to be just around the corner, Hamburg days in February can still be dark and bleak.
To help everyone hang in there, here are some photos to remember the light of summer, and hopefully give a foretaste of the summer to come.