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Seitenstettengasse is a pedestrian street located in the first district of Wien, at the edge of the infamous Bermuda Triangle, an area named after three bars forming a triangle, where many people were known to get lost after drinking a bit too much and wandering aimlessly between the (now many more than) three pubs. At the opposite end of the revelry spectrum, this area also is home to the oldest church in the city, Ruprechtkirche, which dates back to 1137.

Technical aspects: Scanned picture, B&W film 800, zoomed at ~120mm which created the grainy quality. Postproduction: Decreased blue tones and added borders in PE 2.0.

Conditions: Mid-morning, April 1st. Clear.

Goal: I liked the mood created by the soft sunlight in the courtyard beyond the building arch and the bicycle leaning against the inner archway.

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