On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Germany’s great Nikon internet forum Nikonpoint some of the members (including me) met for a nightshoot at Hamburg’s famous historic Warehouse District.
This is the world’s largest and partly still in operation for storage and trade – one third of the world’s carpet trade is handled via this place, but also coffee, tea, spices and electronics. Most of it is publicly accessible. And almost anytime you find individual or groups of photo enthusiasts strolling around these blocks identified by carrying a tripod and some photobag.
The most appealing thing for photographers is the brick-stone architecture and the channels and bridges which are carefully illuminated every night.
Before the veterans of Nikonpoint decided to go to one of the most impressive vantage points at the blue hour, we were also looking for some nice views.
The cold and clear night contributed very well to the photos.