I occasionally get 'critiqued' for having a preference for darker than the norm images - well you cannot get much darker than these either in subject matter or exposure (V2) as i felt that the subject deserved to be brooding.
The premise of this memorial in Berlin, is that the random heights of the blocks mean that anyone attempting to walk across them finds it arduous (even when not covered in snow) and as such it is intended to give an idea of what it was to like to be a Jew during the time of persecution.
In V1 you can see (albeit the rear end) of Berlin's most visited of landmark's the 'Brandenburg Tor'
|Camera:||Canon EOS-1DS Mark II |
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|Date Taken:||10 Mar 2013 - 12:31 AM|