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France: Classical XPan Photographs from Châteaux of the Loire valley

Posted in Hasselblad XPan Photographie - Chronologie by Stimm on July 13, 2010

The Loire Valley: an outstanding cultural landscape of great beauty, containing historic villages and great architectural monuments: the châteaux.  Worth to visit this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here some shots from the year 2001 until now. Every time these châteaux and the surroundings are more then impressive, overburden with architectural motives and saturated with important historical facts. A mixture of art, nature and the taste of European history. Partly the black & white photographs reflecting these sight of a timeless “milestones of human history” and the history seems there to be perceptible. Enjoy, remember or feel the “savoir-vivre”.

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1. Château de Chambord  2. Château de Chaumont-sur-Loire  3. Château  de Saumur  4. Château de Serrant

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1. Château-Chinon  2. Château de Langeais  3. Château de Chenonceau 
4. Château royal de Blois  5. Château de Villandry  6. Château d’Ussé

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1. Château royal d’Amboise  2. Château d’Angers   3. Château d’Azay-le-Rideau  4. Château de Cheverny

Best to all, Andreas Stimm

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Vertical XPan photographs from Germany church towers

Posted in Hasselblad XPan Photographie - Chronologie by Stimm on April 5, 2010

Since my first visit of France, I was fascinated by these impressive cathedrals and ornate churches in the towns. Especially all the different clock towers inspires me a lot and I found it very remarkable, that every town seems to be represented a bit by his church and his tower. In Germany I remarked the same and found that the Hasselblad XPan is a perfect format to set all the individual ” town markers ” in a unique format. Maybe somebody will recognize his church tower and survey in details his wonderful city.

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1. Nürnberg-St. Sebaldus 2. Dresden-Frauenkirche 3. Ulm-Münster 4. München-Marienkirche
5. Köln-Dom 6. Zwickau-Dom 7. Naumburg-Dom

Hasselblad_XPan_Stimm_Stralsund_Nikolai Hasselblad_XPan_Stimm_Berchtesgaden_Stiftskirche Hasselblad_XPan_Stimm_Hannover_Marktkirche   Hasselblad_XPan_Stimm_Konstanz_Münster   Hasselblad_XPan_Stimm_Bremen_Dom  Hasselblad_XPan_Stimm_Regensburg_Dom Hasselblad_XPan_Stimm_Berlin_Nikolaikirche 8. Stralsund-Nikolaikirche 9. Berchtesgaden-Stiftskirche 10. Hannover-Marktkirche
11. Konstanz-Münster 12. Bremen-Dom 13. Regensburg-Dom 14. Berlin-Nikolaikirche

New Nepal XPan-Shots from Jiri-Everest Trail

Posted in Hasselblad XPan Photographie - Chronologie by Stimm on February 21, 2010

Now all Nepal film rolls from the Everest area are developed. Generally I used at the trip the “new” Kodak TMAX 400 or the classical TMAX 100. The photographic documentation about the former passage to the Everest area from little village Jiri in the Nepal midlands to the  high altitude villages around Namche Bazar is now completed.

The area is mostly buddhistic, only the beginning trail is Hindu and as usual the friendliness of the Nepali makes it a pleasure to wander around in that area. Since the Maoist are official participating at the power, they do not longer bug you to collect your “voluntary donation” – pressed by their guns demonstrations – for doing your trekking.  What a miss of that nice receipts for the given donation and stamps with communistic hammer & sickle symbols!

Anyway…it is still attractive and here some Hasselblad XPan impressions from the district Solukhumbu.

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Best to all & Namaste, Andreas Stimm

PS: For more Everest photos, look right side under menu Pages.

Again in Nepal

Posted in Hasselblad XPan Photographie - Chronologie by Stimm on September 25, 2009

For 3 weeks we starting  to do some photographic work in the Everest area from Jiri up to Namche Bazaar.  Again with Hasselblad XPan photography & we will meet again Yuyutsu R. D. Sharma. (He will leave for Canadian poetry festival in October.)

Enjoy some new shots soon here….

Namste!

Welcome to the XPan Blog

Posted in Hasselblad XPan Photographie - Chronologie by Stimm on August 15, 2009

Dear Guests,

in this space I will post my relevant messages according to my Hasselblad XPan work. News, opinions, milestones and comments related to my Picturebox-Site  under www.PictureBox.AndreasStimm.de. To use the board here is much more easier & than in the PictureBox System, therefore a link will be there. Hope you enjoy!

Best, Andreas Stimm