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The pictures of the week (CW 45) – Interesting things in everyday life

Sunday, November 19th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

          
    
    
    (Picture: Dyba)
                
            
             Good pictures do not always need spectacular photo locations Sometimes an outdoor staircase, a subway station or a railway underpass also do.
            

        

        "If you just took a little time to take a closer look at everyday things," says Sebastian Dyballa. Photos, such as his picture of Monday of the day, make it especially fun, because his goal is to "make something creative and interesting out of seemingly invisible things". This motto also fits with other footage in our Pictures of the Week series. Note: Interesting pictures do not always need a spectacular photo location. Sometimes it also does an outside staircase, a subway station or a railway underpass. Look for yourself:

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    The stairs of Andreas Vöge: Where is the entrance? Where the exit? We start the pictures of the week with an architectural picture and a successful color contrast.

 

(KEH)

      

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