Photographer's Note

In Wikipedia:
"Bremen is a Hanseatic city in northwestern Germany (official name: Stadtgemeinde Bremen (City Municipality of Bremen)). It is a port city, situated along the river Weser, about 50 km south from its outflow into the North Sea. Bremen is one of two towns belonging to the state of Bremen (official name: Freie Hansestadt Bremen1 (Free Hanseatic City of Bremen), referring to its membership in the medieval Hanseatic League), the other being Bremerhaven. Population: 545,983 (1st June 2005). The metropolitan area (Bremen-Oldenburg) has a population more than 2,37 million.

Tucked away between the Cathedral and the river is the Schnoor, a small, well-preserved area of crooked lanes and fishing houses from the 15th and 16th centuries, now occupied by cafés, artisan shops and art galleries."

Beyond the state of preservation (like only the Germans can do it: meticulously) what impressed me most is the scale that brings everything to the elemental: Colours, shadows, scents and rythms.

All the best

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