Recently I spend a few days in Brest (Finistère, France). As a submarine base, Brest got distroyed during the Second World War. Rebuiding the city after the war, the political signature of the municipality in those days became quite obvious to me: strolling around the center, it reminded me strongly to East-Berlin where I’ve been in the mid-eighties (see picture below).

All the pictures in this album have been taken with a 15mm wide angle lens: most of them on the Fuji XE-1 (where – with its APS-C sensor – it has the angle of view of a super wide 22mm), some on my Zeiss Ikon rangefinder where it is a real 15mm ultra wide lens (angle of view: 110°).


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