Photo: Altes Stadthaus Strausberg

4.30mm F/1.5 1/3650s ISO50, Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, filtered using Adobe Lightroom CC

Today, my beautiful girlfriend and I went for some breakfast. We decided to visit the Milchbar Café in Strausberg, located in the very beautiful and picturesque old town. You should visit both – the cafe as well as the old town of Strausberg!

Definitely worth your attention.

Driver

2.51mm F/2.0 1/100s ISO94, HTC U12+, filtered using Adobe Lightroom CC

Some minutes ago, I drove my children back home to their mom. After releasing them at home, I played a little bit with my HTC U12+ and enjoyed its front camera’s ability to add fake bokeh to selfies.

I like this picture!

The wing

This is a closeup look over the „Tante Ju“’s right wing. I like the way this looks – old and modern at the same time.

 24mm f/4 1/640s ISO3200, Canon 6d Mk I with Canon EF 24-105mm IS USM L-lens

24mm f/4 1/640s ISO3200, Canon 6d Mk I with Canon EF 24-105mm IS USM L-lens

Notice the corrugated iron, which is polished and reflects the ambient light so nicely.

This specific foto was taken in Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin, a place, you should always consider visiting when being in that city.

Find more information about the JU 52 in „Flugzeug Legende Ju 52“ by Helmuth Erfurth (Amazon DE) or in „Junkers Ju 52: A History 1930-1945“ by Robert Forsyth and Eddie Creek (Amazon US).

The plane

The JU-52 airplane was one of the most successful planes before the Second World War. It is often referred to as „Tante Ju“ or „Aunt Ju“.

 24mm f/4 1/640s ISO3200, Canon 6d Mk I with Canon EF 24-105mm IS USM L-lens

24mm f/4 1/640s ISO3200, Canon 6d Mk I with Canon EF 24-105mm IS USM L-lens

It was brought into duty in 1932 and was built until the early 50s. German Airline Lufthansa selected the JU-52 as its main plane in the early 30s. As a speciality, this plane’s exterior was made from corrugated iron. 

This specific foto was taken in Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin, a place, you should always consider visiting when being in that city.

Find more information about the JU 52 in „Flugzeug Legende Ju 52“ by Helmuth Erfurth (Amazon DE) or in „Junkers Ju 52: A History 1930-1945“ by Robert Forsyth and Eddie Creek (Amazon US).

Image Gallery: Deutsches Technikmuseum October 2017

Last week, my family and I visited the Deutsche Technikmuseum in Berlin, a very interesting place. Here you can virtually stroll through history, you can experience trains, planes, cars, ships as well as photography or jewellery.

 24mm f/4 1/2500s ISO800, Canon 6d Mk I with Canon EF 24-105mm IS USM L-lens

24mm f/4 1/2500s ISO800, Canon 6d Mk I with Canon EF 24-105mm IS USM L-lens

I uploaded many images into a gallery. Some of these pictures were already featured in my blog or my instagram account, most of them are not and perhaps won’t ever be.

You can find the gallery here.

So, happy exploring – and leave me a comment!