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Monochrome Monday 7-03

Not a night at the opera, but the opera at night 🙂

In fall 2015 I was in Dresden with a couple of friends. Besides other iconic buildings, the Semper Oper was also on our bucket list. In this case, I had a monochromatic image in my mind when setting up my gear for this image. I wanted to have a black sky to make the wonderful building pop out. Usually, I take my images of illuminated buildings a bit earlier during blue-hour.

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Where’s the phantom?

I didn’t seen it. 🙂

Ok, I wasn’t at night in the opera and I’m not a soprano, even not a singer.

All jokes apart. Yes, I love the “Phantom of the opera” and I own a CD set of the original recoring in London starring Sarah Brightman as Christine for more than 20 years. I also like the movie, even I’m male.

I walked around the opera and found most of the building covered by hoardings. Only few parts were free to see.

The opera is also known as Opéra Garnier or Palais Garnier. It’s one of the Continue reading “Where’s the phantom?”