Cold War Ammunition Depot


In the photo, you see an ammunition depot. I shot the photo in a forest in Heidekamp, outside of Lübeck but very close to Reinfeld. The bunker is one of twelve ammunition depots in our area that were used by the German federal government until the end of the cold war. The ammunition was stored to be able to blow up bridges of strategic value, to prevent enemy troops to advance if it would have come to an invasion. Today, the bunker has a peaceful use case. The Naturschutzbund Deutschland (NABU), a nature conservation association developed it into a quarter … Continue reading Cold War Ammunition Depot

Bridge in Black and White


Here is a photo of a bridge I shot in 2015. I am not completely happy with the framing as the ends of the bridge are cut too far, but I had to do it because there have been distracting tree stems on the side. I converted the photo to black and white because I thought it fits and because the colors in the original aren’t special. When I went through my bridge photos, I found out that I already uploaded a photo of the same bridge but with a different perspective. Continue reading Bridge in Black and White

Spooky Abandoned Place


Here is another photo that is already 5 years old. I like abandoned places or lost places but we don’t have too many of those places in our city, which is why I don’t take these photos regularly. The building I photographed looked quite spooky and I am glad that I took photos of it because they demolished the building one or two years ago. But up to this day they didn’t build something new there, it’s now basically an empty lot. There is another photo of this building on my blog. Continue reading Spooky Abandoned Place