Port Waltershof & Bubendey Embankment
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This view to the Port Waltershof with the pier Bubendey Embankment in front of it you can have from the pier Teufelsbrück, but so detailed probably rather with binoculars. When I was in April at the golden hour on site, … read more or write a comment …

Elbphilharmonie & St. Michael’s Church
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The view from the harbor in the direction of the Elbphilharmonie I have often enjoyed, for example, shortly before the opening of the Elbphilharmonie with an illuminated Michel. Now it was more simple in the illumination, given nature. In the … read more or write a comment …

Rickmer Rickmers
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At the blue hour, the setting sun still illuminated the clouds in the west and so the facade of the Elbphilharmonie glowed in the background. At the same time, the illumination of the masts of the Rickmer Rickmers there provided … read more or write a comment …

Golden clouds above Steinwerder
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Rain clouds at the golden hour and clear sky in the west. This can then sometimes lead to such light moods over the Elbe island Steinwerder, as I have experienced here. Across on the southern bank of the Elbe you … read more or write a comment …

Elbphilharmonie & Cap San Diego
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The Elbphilharmonie has been open for almost 4 years and the construction cranes on the building have not been seen for much longer, yet it is almost impossible to find a viewpoint of the Elbphilharmonie without construction cranes. Nevertheless, I … read more or write a comment …

Landing piers in pandemic times
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In November, on a day off, I drove to Hamburg and enjoyed the cloudless sky and the empty harbor edge. I admit, I have never seen such empty piers in my life. Due to the pandemic, all restaurants were closed … read more or write a comment …

Cap San Diego & Pretty Woman
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The white swan of the South Atlantic and in the background the musical theatres at the Elbe river. I like to go to this light mood in Hamburg when shortly after sunset the twilight sets in and the sky turns … read more or write a comment …

Rigging works for the PEKING III
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The most complex rigging work and at the same time the heaviest and most strenuous is splicing the steel cable. This work is also necessary for the rigging of PEKING. A team of 3 riggers worked together on the eye … read more or write a comment …

Rigging works for the PEKING II
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Rigging work for the PEKING: To embed a thimble in the rigging, the ropes are laid to one eye and provided with a rigging instead of splicing. Here the two rope ends lie parallel and are closely looped around with … read more or write a comment …

Rigging works for the PEKING
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Since it has become clear that the 4‑masted bark PEKING is coming to Hamburg as a museum ship, the public relations work of the Friends of the 4‑masted bark PEKING is great. Since the beginning of 2018, the rigging has … read more or write a comment …

Baumwall in fog
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Contrary to my fog-photographs, which I published last week, this black-and-white photograph comes along. Actually, the fog was as colorful as it was when we took the picture of the marina. In this photograph of the waterfront promenade at Baumwall, … read more or write a comment …

Colorful Fog
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What a splendour of colour in the early morning hours at the harbor front in Hamburg! The more or less white lamps on the promenade, the orange sodium vapour lamps on the jetty and the strong blue of the lights … read more or write a comment …

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