Tim Knifton

One in a series of Bokeh images…….bottled cures

2nd April 2014

An image from a recent trip to Germany and a place I have visited before but went back for my friend who wanted this place for so long. Luckily for us, sunrise was earlier, the weather was better and the light was improved on the last visit.

This was one of many taken in the house which also had an urology clinic in the basement. The occupants have sadly passed away and the house has been left to rot despite the neighbours and police putting up notices on the windows and warnings to those who enter.

I always like the challenge of an interesting revisit and a change to get a totally different set of photos from a location. Most of which from here were taken with my prime 50mm F1.4 this time.

'Bottled cures'Thanks for reading.

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