Tim Knifton

One in a series of Bokeh images……..Dr Anna’s Haus

October 2013

Lots of editing going on and not much writing so far. Will get back to a normal rhythm shortly.

One of our last visits to Germany before the big drive back to the hotel was Dr Anna’s haus. I will write a more detailed report in time but one of my favourite shots from here was the photo of the family picture on the piano.

This place was made up of a surgery in the basement and three floors of living space above. Judging by the items left behind, the evidence of a full and good life and the opulence of the place, it was quite the home in its day. Unfortunately, now left to rot.

The photo below was shot with the 50mm F1.4 wide open.

'A picture is worth a thousand words'Thanks for looking in.

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