Smoke and Fire

Smoke and Fire | Nuremberg | 2018
Smoke and Fire | Nuremberg | 2018

The job that pays the bills has been properly roasting me in the past days, like one of those Nuremberg Bratwurst grilled sausages. But after 32 years in the company there is not much I couldn’t handle, although times have rarely been this crazy.

I would love to grab the camera and shoot in the streets more often, but I just don’t get to it. Which is a pity, because the Nuremberg Christmas season is in full swing, and the Christkindlesmarkt, our famous historic Christmas market, with plenty of tourists and locals roaming the small alleys between the wooden stalls, is a perfect place for street photography. But the weekend is coming up and there is light at the end of the tunnel, and maybe a Bratwurst waiting for me….

Photo taken with the Olympus PEN-F with the 12mm F/2, image specs 1/100 sec @ f/2.5 and ISO 200.

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Wish you a great Friday!


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21 thoughts on “Smoke and Fire

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  1. excellent one. The expression of the woman, is just great. I will propose her for the oscar of best first role in a photography as well as all the nominations 😉 and you as the best director of photography. Well done.

  2. The job that pays the bills…This is so true. I hope you will find still a joyful time to enjoy the christmas market as well the special mood and the delicious nuremburg sausage.
    Take care and have a peaceful weekend.

  3. The jobs which pay our bills are often crazy. I feel like this as well. – And times getting crazier nearly every day.
    Wish you a creative and joyful time with lots of Bratwurst on the weekend!

  4. I hope that you have a chance to get out an enjoy the market!! I’m glad that there’s a light at the end of the tunnel!

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