Finally, I get to blog some of the images from my recent trip to Bavaria. This past May, I visited my brother who currently lives in Freising, Germany while finishing his Master Degree in Economics. We got to spend a really great time together; with lots of laughter, and remembrance of our childhood. We also did quite a bit of exploring in Bavaria, and visited a few towns and cities, such a Munich, Freising, Regensburg, Dachau, Fussen, and other towns along the Romantic Strasse.
Even though I lived in Europe for a year, I always yearned for the opportunity to go back now that I can express my views of a place via my photography. During this trip, I took on a bit of the genre of street photography; which fascinates me so much. I, also, got to know the bavarian culture with their beer, pretzels, schnitzels, and beautiful bavarian outfits; which they wear with pride. Loved how people let us sit with them on a beer garden, embraced in conversation with us. And thanks so much for the random strangers that let me photograph them on request… gotta love to make a young bavarian couple kiss in the middle of their county fair!
Here are some of my favorite images my time in Bavaria, all taken with my Canon EOS 3, and the 35 mm film Portra 400. Scans by Photovision. More images from Italy and Austria to come…
I will be soon be adding some of these images to my Fine Art Prints Shot for sale here.
Dachau Concentration Camp