The Hawerkamp in Münster is a meetingpoint for musicians and other artists. Not only once a year does the Vainstream Rockfestival take place there, but also a lot of small concerts in locations such as Sputnikhalle, the Triptychon or the Fusion Club, which can also be found there as well.
Besides all the music events, the Hawerkamp itself is very interesting – especially for photographers and lomographers, because every artist can let loose there. Graffitis are explicitly welcome.
And that’s the way you can sit on a sofa there and adventure a trip into space:
Or ask oneself where this surfboard and the sand all at once came from:
In short: You definitely won’t die of boredom here.
I was there with my Diana F+ and up ‘til now, the 35mm back, and the Super-Wide-Lens, but it won’t take long until my Fisheye lens will be allowed to run riot there.
My sister already found the right food for her Fisheye One there:
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written by geka on 2011-11-19 in #world #locations #hafenviertel #triptychon #germany #graffiti #jugend #nrw #munster #art-and-culture #hawerkamp #sputnikhalle #kultur #farbe #kunst #bunt #fusion
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