Hamburg – Urban Views

Hamburg is an amazing city, full of life, full of architecture, full of history. And when the weather is like yesterday, the city offers millions of photo possibilities.

I was there last weekend for totally different reason than a photo-shooting-tour. We went to a fair for old seeds. More and more young people are interested in growing old varieties of fruits and vegetables, but also flowers. It was very interesting and packed with information.

Later we went to the EnergieBunker to have a coffee. That is an old bunker transformed into a clean-energy producing place with a coffee-shop on the top. Great views over Hamburg and the ‘flat land’ inclusive.

We also had a little tour of the harbour and just driving around from one rainbow to the other, discovering many huge roundabouts full of daffodils and getting inspired by the incredible light of the ‘bad’ weather (which is for photographers the best weather!).

Enjoy some of my photos taken in Hamburg!


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2 Responses to Hamburg – Urban Views

  1. Heike says:

    Danke für diese homage an “mein” Hamburg, liebe Heidi!
    Besonders gefallen hat mir die schwarz-weiße Wendeltreppe (die natürlich
    auch überall hätte sein können) sowie die Brücke am Anfang. War es die
    Köhlbrandbrücke mit den Kränen im Hintergrund? Wünsche Dir und mir
    mehr Bilder von dieser fotogenen Stadt.

    • crumbs on travel says:

      Danke, liebe Heike! Ja, es war/ist die Köhlbrandbrücke, gesehen vom EnergieBunker.

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