The Krämerbrücke

kramerbrucke1On the bridge. Exposure time: 32 seconds

When I was on holiday in Germany recently, I ended up in Erfurt. One of the main attractions in that city is the Krämerbrücke, a bridge with 32 houses on it. I had to see it, and pinhole it of course. When you’re on the bridge, it looks like you’re walking in a small street. There are lovely timbered houses on both sides, and in most of these houses are cute little shops. I even found a camera shop, specialised in DDR (former East German Republic) cameras. Needless to say, I had to go in and I had a little chat with the owner, a lovely woman who was very interested in my pinhole camera.

I walked around some more and took some more pinhole shots of the bridge.

kramerbrucke2Colourful houses. Exposure time: 41 seconds.

kramerbrucke3Timbered houses. Exposure time: 25 seconds

Camera: Holga 120 PC
Film: Kodak Ektar
Pinhole: 0.25mm
Focal Length: 48mm
ISO: 100
Aperture: f192
Dev: lab
Scan: Canon Canoscan 9000F

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