• 90mm • f/5.6 • 1/800 • ISO400 • Canon 600D & EF-S18-200/3.5-5.6 •
• 35mm • f/4 • 1/100 • ISO6400 • R6 & RF14-35/4L •
*shot on a Canon EOS 5DMkIV & EF 24-105/f4L, courtesy Canon/Metropolitan.
*A bergfried is a tall tower in German medieval period castles. Its defensive function is similar to that of a keep or donjon in English or French castles. However, unlike a keep, a bergfried wassn’t designed for permanent habitation, and only occupied when under attack.
The End of Sleep
Time of Death
Burg Lichtenberg, Thallichtenberg, Germany
Burg Lichtenberg, Germany #10
Rain in the Pfalz
The Red Mosque, Colombo, Sri Lanka #2
A view of the original two-storey Jami Ul-Alfar Masjid, designed by Saibo Lebbe in 1908, in the Indo-Saracenic style, with the new wing, built in 2007, towering above it. For a greater part of the 20th century, before more modern high-rise buildings obscured it, the striking colours of the mosque on 2nd Cross Street, in the old Colombo area of Pettah, were an identifying beacon for ships approaching the Colombo Harbour. April 2016.