Not far from the Dutch border, at the river Rhine, the beautiful city of Düsseldorf is situated.
A city with a rich history, rich culture and much more
Take a look at the many sights of a city where I love to come, and, of course, love to take photographs as well
Kö Bogen. The latest project in the ‚Altstadt‘
Next to the Kö Bogen ist the Hofgarten situated
The Medienhafen is one of the eldest harbour areas of Düsseldorf. It is rebuilt and offers a lot of intresting architecture, and the offices of the national broadcasting studios.
(hm, where did that other post went to? -me make a dumb face)
Many of you have followed my project, in what I did photograph every week, one year long, the same location in the park.
It is already a while ago that the year is over, also is it time for a new project.
My new project is called Trash Treasure, and ithat tells it all.
Trash can be found everywhere, often I wonder WHY it is there, and I also wonder why people do not take care for environment or just play decent, for the other people.
Without encuraging the production of trash, I decided to look different to the trash. Through the lenses, in a different perspective or an unusual light, even trash can get its charms.
You decide, feel free to take a look and come back soon, because there will be a lot more in the near future.
The project 52 weeks, 1 location, can be found with a click at the picture below