Some snapshots from a weekend in Vienna. I orginally wanted to go to the Central Cemetery in Vienna but couldn’t make it. Instead I randomly walked around the city, just taking snapshots.
In the first week of October we finally made it to Barcelona. I took my Nikon F80 and several rolls of film with me. It was my first time using Ilford FP4 – thanks for motivating me #FP4Party!
And again: 5 pictures from the last two weeks. We spent a few days in Barcelona, soaking up a little bit of sun and stuffing our faces with Tapas. I packed one digital and one analog camera for the trip plus a few rolls of film. I only shot three of them – but haven’t developed the films yet.
Back in June we went to Vienna for the Black Sabbath concert. For the day after, I packed my Nikon L35AF. At the moment it’s the only point and shoot camera I use: I sold my broken Petri Color 35 and don’t use the Olympus Go 100 anymore. After a great farewell-concert, a few beers and some good sleep, the next morning we headed out to the first district, the heart of Vienna, for breakfast and a stroll. A classic sightseeing tour I hardly ever did when I lived in Vienna.
Two weeks ago I returned from a big road trip in the US but before I tell you about it, I take a look back: The very first road trip I did was one of the most scenic ones you can do: Driving down the Pacific Coast Highway. I say down because we started in San Francisco and ended up in Los Angeles. Since then, I did this road trip a few more times – it was always part of a longer trip with a rental car in California.
Whenever I’m in the US, there are a lot of things I enjoy: Stuffing myself at the Cheesecake Factory, discovering big cities and small towns, endless road trips and so on. But what really left an impression on all my trips to the US were the landscapes: Redwood forests, deserts, canyons and coastlines – great places for hiking or landscape photography.
Today I stumbled upon this video from Mike Bishop and it really triggers my wanderlust. The good thing is, I’m already planning our next trip to the US.
When I visited Vienna in July, I brought my Holga camera with me. There was not very much time for an extensive photowalk, but I managed to take a few shots, wandering around the first district. It was a hot and humid day – and the city center was full of school classes and tourists. Not my type of an ideal day in the very heart of Vienna. At first, I went to the imperial palace and the park. The library there happens to be my old working place. Then I quickly escaped the tourist madness and turned to lesser known streets and hidden places.