Spring in my City

Imperial Castle

Castle Gardens | Nuremberg | 2018

A side product from Tuesday’s coaching session in Nuremberg’s historic Old Town were some of my own photographs from my blooming city that I need to show off. Enjoy more images after the jump…

Imperial Castle Nuremberg

Castle Gardens | Nuremberg | 2018

Imperial Castle Nuremberg

Castle Gardens | Nuremberg | 2018

Tiergärtnertor Nürnberg

Castle View | Nuremberg | 2018

Frühlingsfachwerk Nürnberg

Old Town | Nuremberg | 2018

Weissgerbergasse Nürnberg

Weissgerbergasse | Nuremberg | 2018

Frühlingsreflexionen Nürnberg

Spring Reflections | Nuremberg | 2018

I hope you enjoy these spring shots from the Streets of Nuremberg

All photos taken with my Olympus OM-D E-M1 and the mZuiko 12-100mm F/4. RAW conversion and post processing in Lightroom Classic CC.

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Wish you a great Thursday!

Marcus

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58 comments

  1. My 91 year old father just came back from a two week visit to Germany. He was in Bielefeld and it sounds like you’re experiencing more summer like weather than spring. He had a wonderful time by the way visiting his brother and his brother’s family.

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  2. We did think about visiting the city, but it is about 3 hours from Landsberg. As we have never really visited your area of Germany, we will come longer next time and venture further 🙂 Lynne

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      1. Thank you Marcus, I will, it will most likely be September now. We are on holiday in Scotland at the moment for 2 weeks and tonight if the cloud is clear……we might see the Northern Lights, something we didn’t see in Iceland 🙂 Lynne…..have a good week 🙂

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  3. Such beautiful shots. Love the reflection and the first shot below the tower.

    Sadly i dont think i ever saw nuremburg in the spring. It must have been winter because all i can remember is the foltermuseum, (torture museum)which now i cant get out of my mind!
    Thanks for showing me more positive images!

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    1. Thanks so much for visit and comment, highly appreciated! Too bad you mainly remember the “Lochgefängnisse”, the medieval prison under our city hall. Time to come back and refresh with happy memories! Have a good weekend! Marcus

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  4. Beautiful photos, Marcus — I can’t believe the profusion of blooms and colors! Photographically speaking, though, that last frame may be my favorite. It’s so unexpected, with the texture of the ripples on the water. Nicely seen!

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    1. Thanks, Heide, as always 😉 Spring this year was unbelievable. Glad you like the reflection photo, you know, I’m a reflection appassionate. People always give me funny looks when shooting into water, be it river or puddles. Have a great weekend! Marcus

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      1. Yes it is indeed beautiful, but the ticks are out as well. I didn’t eat much time to venture and Mom needs me, but I hope that I will soon free up some time for pictures and a little fun.

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  5. I love spring in Germany! All the blooming flowers are creating a carneval of colors and make it seem like the earth is laughing.
    The purple lilac is my favorite, since its filling the streets with its scent like a perfume. If it was up to me, it could always be spring!

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