Basel with the XF 70-300mm

View from Pfalz, the terrace at Münsterplatz. Overview with the 16mm and the 35mm f1.4, zooms at70mm70mm with the 2x converter300mm300mm with the x2 converter The 16mm is cropped, the others are straight out of camera. View from the roof terrace of Hotel Märthof by Burckhardt+Partner, usually only open for the guests of the hotel. …

Luzern with the XF 70-300mm

Luzern in May with the X-T30, the 16mm and the 70-300mm. View from Hotel Château Gütsch Room with a view View from Männliturm, one of the towers of Musseggmauer that are open to visit.  

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Mediathek HGK.

The idea was for some of these to get their own posts, but that doesn't seem to happen by itself.. Hölstein seen from the Swiss Canopy Crane II, with André, Matthias and Jason. Camp Adventure tower in Rønnede DK, by EFFEKT and ARUP. Rådhusplads København, seen from the public top floor of the new CitizenM …

Group portrait with the 80mm macro

Using the 80mm macro / X-T30 for a team portrait of Basel University's Physiological Plant Ecology Group meant I had to stand quite far away from them – but I'm happy with the result:       More example photos in Jonas Rask's blog.

New Basel map at S AM

Don't miss the exhibition Dichtelust – forms of urban coexistence in Switzerland at the Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel, open until 5.5.2019. The exposition is curated by Andreas Kofler with support from Bau- und Verkehrsdepartement Basel-Stadt. It features the amazing new Basel map by Min-Young Kim and Ahjin Kim of 3rei5uenf6echs, covering four whole walls   …