“It takes a lot of imagination to be a good photographer. You need less imagination to be a painter, because you can invent things. But in photography everything is so ordinary; it takes a lot of looking before you learn to see the extraordinary.” – David Bailey – In “Face,” (London), Dec 1984.
It is with this in mind that we set off on our 53 week photographic journey. There are few things more ordinary than a bank, so in the hope that not all the images presented are just ordinary, let’s get started.
It was one of the those wonderful Winter afternoons that you get when the easterly winds blow across the North German plains making the air dry, crisp and very cold. We were out with the kids to see how the wild bison, horses and reindeer fared in the conditions. As the winter sun started to set I came across this makeshift bench.
It was my first bank of the year.
5 thoughts on “Week 1 Dallgow Döberitzer Heide”
Wow. Sehr gelungen und künstlerisch. Mal eine andere Perspektive!
Well, I’ve finished my journey through your journey – if that makes any sense – and I can honestly say you’re incredibly talented, my friend.
Thank you for some fantastic pieces of blogging gold!
Well thank you ever so much!!
I have taken part of your wonderful journey and I have seen your part of the world through your lens…I look forward to the next 53 weeks of your awesome life! I am guessing that bridges would be the next theme for your photos…just a guess! (^_^)
It’s going to be “Duet”!