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  • Domesticated Insanity

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-04

    Quite spontaneously I was asked to do some interviews on the legendary club "Große Freiheit 36" on Reeperbahn during their Helloween Party. It's one of the places the Beatles played, before they had their breakthrough. But hell broke loose on Helloween. And while I was there I had myself spoiled with an eerie makeup, as I was a dead sailor. Atze, the creator of it, is seen in some of the pics with me. I even met friends, that didn't recognize me - good fun!

  • Xpan Family

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-22

    I was testing my new 30mm lens for the xpan, but it took me a while to figure out, that it's aperture is at the lens itself. But even if underexposed I couldn't let go of my grandmas laughing moments. I guess it's unprofessional and personal...

  • Domesticated Insanity

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-04

    Quite spontaneously I was asked to do some interviews on the legendary club "Große Freiheit 36" on Reeperbahn during their Helloween Party. It's one of the places the Beatles played, before they had their breakthrough. But hell broke loose on Helloween. And while I was there I had myself spoiled with an eerie makeup, as I was a dead sailor. Atze, the creator of it, is seen in some of the pics with me. I even met friends, that didn't recognize me - good fun!

  • Xpan Family

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-22

    I was testing my new 30mm lens for the xpan, but it took me a while to figure out, that it's aperture is at the lens itself. But even if underexposed I couldn't let go of my grandmas laughing moments. I guess it's unprofessional and personal...

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  • Xpan Family

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-22

    I was testing my new 30mm lens for the xpan, but it took me a while to figure out, that it's aperture is at the lens itself. But even if underexposed I couldn't let go of my grandmas laughing moments. I guess it's unprofessional and personal...

    3
  • Xpan Family

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-22

    I was testing my new 30mm lens for the xpan, but it took me a while to figure out, that it's aperture is at the lens itself. But even if underexposed I couldn't let go of my grandmas laughing moments. I guess it's unprofessional and personal...

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  • #20206068

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-29

  • the roof of africa (burkina #30)

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-30

    Just before I took steps on the black continent I visited Kathe briefly in Pforzheim, and there are even glimpses of LA on this film. The voyage of a film tells its own story sometimes...

  • the roof of africa (burkina #30)

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-30

    Just before I took steps on the black continent I visited Kathe briefly in Pforzheim, and there are even glimpses of LA on this film. The voyage of a film tells its own story sometimes...

  • the roof of africa (burkina #30)

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-30

    Just before I took steps on the black continent I visited Kathe briefly in Pforzheim, and there are even glimpses of LA on this film. The voyage of a film tells its own story sometimes...

  • the roof of africa (burkina #30)

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-30

    Just before I took steps on the black continent I visited Kathe briefly in Pforzheim, and there are even glimpses of LA on this film. The voyage of a film tells its own story sometimes...

  • Broken Light

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-31

    I was out in Nelson with the astounding Satomi. Took me some tome to work on this album. It has a lot of light and umbrellas...

  • Broken Light

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-31

    I was out in Nelson with the astounding Satomi. Took me some tome to work on this album. It has a lot of light and umbrellas...

  • the roof of africa (burkina #30)

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-30

    Just before I took steps on the black continent I visited Kathe briefly in Pforzheim, and there are even glimpses of LA on this film. The voyage of a film tells its own story sometimes...

  • the roof of africa (burkina #30)

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-30

    Just before I took steps on the black continent I visited Kathe briefly in Pforzheim, and there are even glimpses of LA on this film. The voyage of a film tells its own story sometimes...

  • the roof of africa (burkina #30)

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-30

    Just before I took steps on the black continent I visited Kathe briefly in Pforzheim, and there are even glimpses of LA on this film. The voyage of a film tells its own story sometimes...

  • the roof of africa (burkina #30)

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-30

    Just before I took steps on the black continent I visited Kathe briefly in Pforzheim, and there are even glimpses of LA on this film. The voyage of a film tells its own story sometimes...

  • Broken Light

    shared by wil6ka on 2014-12-31

    I was out in Nelson with the astounding Satomi. Took me some tome to work on this album. It has a lot of light and umbrellas...

  • Hamburg Blues

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-07

    This is where I live, where I sail my boats...

  • catching a dream

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-14

    I was traversing Monaco with the one and only Vicuna. The architecture and Art displayed in form of statues was quite incredible. And then I had some more shots from my Grannies Hometown of Torgau in East Germany. Quite the contrast historically - but that's the beauty of our time, to see both counterparts on one go...

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  • catching a dream

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-14

    I was traversing Monaco with the one and only Vicuna. The architecture and Art displayed in form of statues was quite incredible. And then I had some more shots from my Grannies Hometown of Torgau in East Germany. Quite the contrast historically - but that's the beauty of our time, to see both counterparts on one go...

  • catching a dream

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-14

    I was traversing Monaco with the one and only Vicuna. The architecture and Art displayed in form of statues was quite incredible. And then I had some more shots from my Grannies Hometown of Torgau in East Germany. Quite the contrast historically - but that's the beauty of our time, to see both counterparts on one go...

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  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

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  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

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  • Inside Taman Sari (Indonesia #20)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-23

    the maze of this spectacular underground mosque is best displayed in panoramic fashion. All part of an old quarter of Yogyakarta, which also features a great water temple... http://www.lomography.com/homes/wil6ka/albums/2024649-taman-sari-underground-mosque-indonesia-5

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  • Horsing Around Praia da Morena

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-25

    This was the place we were hanging, intoxicating after our trip to brazil. a couple days of celebrated boredom , interrupted by occasional motifs and a steady sangria booze. these were the days...

  • Cmte.Ronaldo (Brazil #29)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-26

    It was Comandante Ronaldo Guimarães Dias who took us under his wings, the wings of the Arrow II. We trusted him, so we could enjoy this short flight from the island to the mainlan of Brazil. Thank You for that Cmte!

  • yellow devil

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-27

    I tried to expell him. to use a panoramic exorcism. wouldn´t be too sure, if it worked...

  • yellow devil

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-27

    I tried to expell him. to use a panoramic exorcism. wouldn´t be too sure, if it worked...

  • yellow devil

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-27

    I tried to expell him. to use a panoramic exorcism. wouldn´t be too sure, if it worked...

  • yellow devil

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-27

    I tried to expell him. to use a panoramic exorcism. wouldn´t be too sure, if it worked...

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  • yellow devil

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-27

    I tried to expell him. to use a panoramic exorcism. wouldn´t be too sure, if it worked...

  • Giant Baby (Singapore #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-28

    I know. Too many shots from the same same. I just wanted to make sure I have my moneyshot and the weather changed every time minutes. I apologize, it seems I kinda got into a frenzy. Thank you Hakimbo for your endless patience...

  • Giant Baby (Singapore #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-28

    I know. Too many shots from the same same. I just wanted to make sure I have my moneyshot and the weather changed every time minutes. I apologize, it seems I kinda got into a frenzy. Thank you Hakimbo for your endless patience...

  • Giant Baby (Singapore #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-28

    I know. Too many shots from the same same. I just wanted to make sure I have my moneyshot and the weather changed every time minutes. I apologize, it seems I kinda got into a frenzy. Thank you Hakimbo for your endless patience...

  • yellow devil

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-27

    I tried to expell him. to use a panoramic exorcism. wouldn´t be too sure, if it worked...

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  • yellow devil

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-27

    I tried to expell him. to use a panoramic exorcism. wouldn´t be too sure, if it worked...

  • family breeds contempt

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-29

    one of these films tackling a few countries. among them some sweet family moments in Germany. starting out endeavour to brazil via lisboa. and eventually seeing the most remote football stadium of the world in manaus...

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  • family breeds contempt

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-29

    one of these films tackling a few countries. among them some sweet family moments in Germany. starting out endeavour to brazil via lisboa. and eventually seeing the most remote football stadium of the world in manaus...

  • framed by the sun (Singapore #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-01-30

    It was an eventful day on my trip to Singapore. Hakimbo and Izad guided me and we finished up gazing at the sun setting lazy at the skyline of the Marina. I kind of was amazed by it and try to frame it perfectly. Shots against the sun with a panoramic camera are tough, as the the scope is wider than the rays fall. you have to hide the sun behind a house or a cloud. seems I made it alright with all of them. At night the made impressive lightplays on waterfountains. Unfortunately, this was impossible to capture, so come see it live...

  • Dolphin Chase (Indonesia #21)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-02-10

    One of the highlights last April in Bali was the morning session with fishermen. Instead for fish, we were looking for dolphin. We took the catamaran and found them. these are pics from our return