This legendary candy shop, Heidelberger Zuckerladen, is weel-known, not only because of the array of sweets they have inside, but apparently also due to the funny proprietor who talks to all customers.
I’m not a big fan of candies, so for me, entering the shop was more like feast for the eyes. The different color and shapes in rows and rows, stacked one on top of another. The shop was also full of customers, some choosing to purchase, while some just curious about how the shop look like from inside.
I wasn’t sure whether photography is allowed, but there’s no sign of anything. so I just held my camera waist high and did some random shots. This particular one doesn’t come out too bad.
Shot with Canon 50D, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L, shot in AV @ 1/4, f/4, focal length 24mm, ISO 1000
Living in tropical country, cherries are one of the most expensive fruits, along with various berries and other imported fruits. Therefore, while I’m on holiday, these fruits are high in my shopping list priority.
Shot with Canon 50D, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L, shot in AV @ 1/200, f/4, focal length 55mm, ISO 400
It’s been flowers and flowers lately, I know. I am currently staying in a farm house in Oberammergau, the German side of the Alps and I can’t get enough photographing the beautiful flowers everywhere around me.
Shot with Canon 50D, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L, shot in AV @ 1/125, f/4, focal length 58mm, ISO 400
Living in big busy city like Jakarta, running outside is nearly impossible. Therefore I treasure every opportunity to just be able to run outside.
Our ‘run’ this morning with my 10 year old turned to be a run-jog-nature walk event, where we stopped here and there to examine and admire flowers, spiderwebs, pine cones and the list goes on.
Here’s one of those.
Shot with iPhone 4S