Berlin Holocaust Memorial


Berlin, Germany

January 7, 2017

18.5 mm: ISO 200: f/16: 6.5 secs.

By the time I finally made it to the Holocaust Memorial, it was pretty much dark outside and super cold!  I spent about ten minutes setting up a few shots, but didn’t get the chance to really explore the memorial.  I was lucky here to have fresh snow that had not been walked through at all.  This made it fun to include the path in the frame.

18.5 mm: ISO 200: f/16: 8.0 secs.

With this image, I wanted to get the pathway all the way up the entire columns. This gives a better overview for how big the monument is when you look how far the path goes on into the distance.

18.5 mm: ISO 200: f/16: 6.5 secs.

With this final image from the Holocaust Memorial, I wanted to capture the tops of the columns to show the breadth of the memorial and the surroundings, showing that this memorial sits right in the city.  The fresh snow added some contrast to the scene that I really enjoy.

Gear Used:
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