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A MUNICH Welcome

2011 Dec 29 Munich-1059474-Edit-2

Welcome to my inaugural launch of Leica Liker!

I decided to start it with a small collection of photos from when O and I spent  Christmas and New Year’s holiday in Munich, Germany. We always love to visit friends and family. It’s like getting a dose of energy to start the new year.

I was very lucky to have met a couple of Munich Street Photographers: Mario Cuic (first featured street photographer here on Leica Liker under Inspiration) and Robert Scholz. They helped me learn to “see” the streets and “breathe” the air of Munich.

This is the first time I really shot the streets of Munich through ‘street photography’ eyes. What I found was a small bustling city that had an ‘inner’ life that is expressed in a ‘silence’ that  I found extremely resounding. Through street photography, I have fallen in love with Munich again. And with my Leica.

Cross Section

Smile

Kaufingtor

A Room with a View

The Wait

A Thought

No Comment

Coffee Time

Spotted

Under the Sun

Sale

Good Hair Day

Der Musik

Let’s Get Together

Red

12 Comments Post a comment
  1. Munich is a good place for street-photography :)

    March 29, 2012
  2. Great!!!

    March 30, 2012
  3. great set! i like the framing in all your shots.

    March 30, 2012
  4. Good photos! I <3 Munich!

    March 31, 2012
  5. florian #

    always nice to see places one knows in somebody else street photography.

    March 31, 2012
    • I totally agree. Makes you feel like you’re an insider. :-)

      May 3, 2012
  6. Love Munich. Great photos throughout your blog.

    May 3, 2012
    • Thanks for the compliments. I’ll be putting up more images from me and others.

      May 3, 2012
  7. Bloody well stunning, my friend.

    In another of your posts titled “Los Angeles Noir #1″ you mentioned Steve Huff. I wonder… what do you think of him. Not as a person, I’m just asking if you think his ideas are sound?

    May 3, 2012
    • Hi Dinkerson- I love to read Steve’s posts. It’s one of few places I go to get hands -on, layman type info on new equipment. He makes it easy to understand because I am not a tekkie. I don’t care about detailed specs. I just want to know how it works without the science. I do skip the videos on “unboxing” the equipment. I find that too tedious. BTW, STeve’s a nice guy in person. But it’s for fan boy audience who love that kind of stuff. Hey, thanks for checking all of my posts out. Hope you’re enjoying them. Cheers.

      May 3, 2012

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