Tag Archives: Photographie

Household Gods

I was wondering why the new synagogue in Munich is called Ohel Jakob, “Jacob’s Tent”. Perhaps, with some stretch of the imagination, you could say the upper dome resembles a tent. And what about Jacob? Since I am shamefully ignorant … Continue reading

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Seeing More of Munich

My camera is leading me to places close to home that I never before visited in the 50 years I have been living in Munich. For example, since I’m not a soccer fan, I was never in the Olympic soccer … Continue reading

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The Ring

The Ring (1996) is a sculpture by Mauro Staccioli  in downtown Munich,  not far from the central train station. I was out with my camera again looking for pictures that would illustrate the elements of design. I found lines and … Continue reading

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Looking and Seeing

Again, it’s all about photography. For today’s pictures (remember, I’m looking for color, line, texture and pattern), I didn’t have to go far. I started out in the kitchen and found plenty of material. Actually, a head of savoy cabbage, … Continue reading

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Cheerful to the Graves

Today I went out for the first time since I came down with this grip or flu or whatever it is that has kept me lying low all week. Janos and I took a short walk to the prettiest bit … Continue reading

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