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Gartenstadt Falkenberg Grünau, Berlin, fotoeins.com

Patterns (LAPC)

Above/featured: Gartenberg Falkenberg in Grünau : Berlin, Germany – 11 October 2017 (6D1).

Not only did I enjoy my first Lens Artists Photo Challenge (LAPC) with a look at the colour blue, I had fun seeing how other people saw and interpreted the colour.

What follows is a short examination of patterns I’ve seen over the last few years. I admit I’m not always looking for the regularity of patterns, but those who keep their eyes and apertures open should find them pop into their brains or onto their image detectors.


Quartier206, Berlin Mitte, Germany

Quartier 206 : Berlin, Germany – 18 March 2011 (450D).
Hauptbahnhof, Leipzig City Tunnel, S-Bahn Mitteldeutschland, Leipzig, Germany, fotoeins.com

S-Bahn station Hauptbahnhof : Leipzig, Germany – 4 December 2014 (6D1).

U4-Endstation Huetteldorf, Huetteldorf, Huetteldorf-Hacking, Wiener Stadtbahn, Wiener Linien, Otto Wagner, Wiener Moderne, Vienna Modernism, Vienna, Wien, Oesterreich, Austria, fotoeins.com

U-Bahn station Hütteldorf, built in 1896 Wiener Stadtbahn by Otto Wagner : Vienna, Austria – 20 May 2018 (X70).

Majolikahaus, Linke Wienzeile 40, Otto Wagner, Vienna Modernism, Wiener Moderne, Wien, Vienna, Oesterreich, Austria, fotoeins.com

Majolikahaus, built in 1898 by Otto Wagner : Vienna, Austria – 20 May 2018 (X70).


I made all photos above between 2011 and 2018. The cameras denoted are 450D for Canon 450D, 6D1 for Canon 6D Mark 1, and X70 for Fujifilm X70; alle Fotoaufnahmen sind mit Wasserzeichen versehen worden. This post appears on Fotoeins Fotografie at fotoeins.com as https://wp.me/p1BIdT-cd6.

2 Responses to “Patterns (LAPC)”

    • fotoeins

      Thanks, Tina! I’m not sure if you’re familiar with VIVID Sydney; during the festival, the Sydney Opera House becomes a “screen” on which a colourful show is displayed every night.

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