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    Posted: 24 February 2014 at 21:30
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Bremen. The home of Beck's and (almost) the town musicians (they never got there actually), a large village with tram (as many say), where the bicycle is the preferred means of transportation and the sky is blinking and shimmering in all shades of grey and you can tell it is summer, because the rain is a little warmer than in winter. A city of the Hanse which still wears the name hanseatic city officially, a place of trade and ports, with its partner Bremerhaven a little to the north which was one of the main places to depart to the new world in the time of emigrations and the port for the US troops during the last 70 years. I will try to post some impressions during the time and hope other Dyxumites will provide more input.

Lets start with this one from the historic Schnoor (which means thread) because the roads are so small:

An Umbrella for Two


Edited by Micholand - 26 February 2014 at 19:32
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I like this B&W shot. Hope to see some more
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Lovely photo for a starter - we need to see much more. Surely the famous statue of the Bremen Town Musicians??
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Just saw the thread about Bremen is dropped off a bit, so I start posting some older pictures from my hometown. Hopefully others will follow

Some pictures of the Bremen Dome:

#1

A100 with Tamron SP 90 Macro

#2

A100 with kitlens

#3

A100 with kitlens

#4 (in front there is the St. Martini Church)

A100 with Sigma DG 50 F2.8 Macro

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The first one is very beautiful! Lovely set!

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And this is Bremen as well: since 1986 every year in January or February the „Bremer Karneval“ takes part in the life of Bremen and culminates in the parade of up to 100 samba bands with more than 1000 participants in imaginative costumes. Although the weather in Bremen at this season of the year is normally grey, wet and cold thousands of people watching this spectacle.

In the following there are some pictures from 2008, 2014 and 2018. This year I missed the parade because of a weekend-trip. The pictures are taken with Sony A100, nex5N and A7.

For further information or pictures from other photographers look here (German websites):
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Samba Carnival 2008:
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Samba Carnival 2014:

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Samba Carnival 2018:

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Gazebo in the so called "Stadtwald", a park at the edge of town


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A7 with Sony FE 24-105 mm @ 105 mm, ISO 200 f/6.3, 1/160 sec., +3/10 sec.
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