b/w photography: facades of LEipzig #3

street9  street10

street11  street12

So here we go mostly with some old school and new school church pictures. First I was thinking, that’s funny, in the 2nd pic there is the famous St. Thomas Church and beneath it the new Paulinerkirche. And then while writing this I realized it’s actually three pictures concerning churches. Because the third picture shows the monument (using 140 empty bronze chairs) of the largest Synagogue that LEipzig has had, that was set on fire and destroyed in the night of November 9 to 10, 1938 during the November pogroms.

Only the first picture is not church-related. But can you see the mirror image of the moon in it? I like that a lot (and it tells that I was THE early bird this day). :-)

Have a wonderful day!

PS: Here is the first part of this photography project, and there the second one.


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