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15000th photo with the 450D in Berlin

Brandenburger Tor S-Bahn U-Bahn Berlin

  • 2317h CET, Christmas Eve 2010
  • Brandenburg Gate; S/U Brandenburger Tor (formerly, S-Bahn Unter den Linden) : Berlin, Germany
  • EOS 450D camera + EF 50mm f/1.4 USM lens : 1/13s, f/4, ISO800, no tripod

This was a part of a set of photos I took up on the steps from the Brandenburger Tor S-Bahn/U-Bahn station at Pariser Platz. In all of the shenanigans, I realized I had just made photograph number 15000 with my camera.

Initially posted on Posterous, the post appears on Fotoeins Fotopress on as

12 Responses to “15000th photo with the 450D in Berlin”

  1. Miss Lou

    Absolutely stunning.

    I have to say I have never had the desire to visit Germany. Though I am grateful to have seen the tree – I love Xmas 🙂



    • fotoeins

      Hi, Lou. It depends on what you want to see when you’re out on travel, but I think Germany has lots to offer. I’m a big fan of the country, and it helps I’ve many friends there and I can converse (mostly) in the language. If you love Christmas, the ubiquity of Christmas markets throughout Germany should be a big plus for you, and that might be the hook to get you to visit the country. 🙂 Thanks for reading and for your comment!


    • Miss Lou

      As with any place, there is always goodness if you seek it eh!

      Glad to have dropped by discovered your talent!



    • fotoeins

      Lou, I hope one day you’ll find yourself with an opportunity to visit Berlin and/or the rest of Germany, and find similar kinds of goodness as I have. 🙂 As for “talent”, that’s very kind of you; I’m still learning a great deal from truly great photographers out there.


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