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Historical travel photography (Share your photo's)

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Good day everyone,

 

Let's start a thread to showcase your photo's taken at locations that have a certain Historical reference.

 

 

I will start by showing some myself;

 

Notre-Dame de Paris

Fuji X-T1 +14mm: ISO 200 - F9 - 1/450

Notre-Dame de Paris by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

Hartmannswillerkopf Cemetery

Fuji X-T1 +23mm: ISO 200 - F16 - 1/70

Hartmannswillerkopf Cemetery by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

The Pont Alexandre III bridge in Paris, France

Fuji X-T1 +14mm: ISO 200 - F10 - 1/420

The Pont Alexandre III bridge in Paris, France by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

Stone statue inside the Tuileries garden Paris, France

Fuji X-T1 +23mm: ISO 200 - F10 - 1/420

Stone statue inside the Tuileries garden Paris, France by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

Château de Kaysersberg, France

Fuji X-T1 +14mm: ISO 200 - F10 - 1/400

Château de Kaysersberg, France by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

Remains inside the Paris Catacombs, France

Fuji X-T1 +23mm: ISO 2500 - F1.4 - 1/30

Remains inside the Paris Catacombs, France by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

 

 

I look forward to see your photographs!

 

 

 

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A few more photo's ...

 

The Colosseum in Roma, Italy.

Fuji X-T1 +23mm: ISO 200 - F5.6 - 1/350

Visiting the Amphitheatrum Flavium in Roma, Italy. by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

The Arch of Constantine Roma, Italy.

Fuji X-T1 +23mm: ISO 200 - F9 - 1/350

The Arch of Constantine Roma, Italy. by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy.

Fuji X-T1 +23mm: ISO 200 - F9 - 1/400

The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy. by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

The Piazza dei Miracoli Pisa, Italy

Fuji X-T1 +23mm: ISO 200 - F9 - 1/400

The Piazza dei Miracoli Pisa, Italy by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

 

The Piazza dei Miracoli & leaning tower of Pisa, Italy

Fuji X-T1 +23mm: ISO 200 - F9 - 1/450

The Piazza dei Miracoli & leaning tower of Pisa, Italy by Ziggy Wellens, on Flickr

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