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 …
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 …
Kingfishers visiting Basel Zoo.
Some recent bits and pieces: Heiniger AG has a discount on some Fujifilm cameras and lenses, until January 10. One of my photos is on display in Copenhagen :-) I liked Jardin dès planètes, an installation by Littmann Kulturprojekte: Worth a visit: 'Wünsch Dir was / Take your pick' at Museum der Kulturen …
Jazzcampus at Open House Basel
Jazzcampus clearly was my highlight of the first Open House Basel. The concert stage The black box workshop room, where we got to listen to Café Da Mañha with Debora Monfregola. Don't miss them if they play near you, they sounded great! The recording room A big thank you for the very interesting tours to Ruedi …
Antares lights at the Basel Christmas market.
Basel Zoo (again again), this time with the X-T10 and the 100-400mm, no tripod. Snow leopard Giraffe Wild boar Pelican Carmine bee-eater
Fujinon 100-400mm, XF1.4X
Comparing the Fujinon 100-400mm without and with the teleconverter XF1.4X, on a tripod. Pictured: Kraftwerk Birsfelden, built 1953/54 by Hans Hofmann. At 100mm: At 400mm: Mittlere Brücke in Basel, seen from Johanniterbrücke, very windy weather. At 400mm: At 100mm:
Day 1 and 2 with the Fujinon 10-24mm on the X-T10. The pictures are cropped, but I didn't correct any perspective distortion. Above: Rosshof, built 1984-87 by Naef, Studer und Studer. Wildt'sches Haus, built 17627/63 by Johann Jakob Fechter for Jeremias Wildt-Socin. Museum der Kulturen Münster Very pleased by the amazing quality - which David …