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Zeliszow Church Series: II

Awesome photosession in the former German village Giersdorf (now in Poland, named Zeliszow).

The church was in construction from 1796-1797and was built by Carl Gotthard Langhans (who also built Brandenburg Gate).
It was abandoned after WWII when Germans had to leave the area.

More images to come!
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Canon EOS 7D
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1/10 second
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12 mm
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Date Taken
Sep 23, 2012, 12:31:34 PM
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calimer00's avatar
Sehr dramatisch
TheHarlequinsMask's avatar
I'm drooling at the thought of such a location. I envy you the history you have.
TobiasRoetsch's avatar
that's the good side of good old Europe :)
XelfrepuslaX's avatar
For some reason it looks so.. surreal. I love it :D.
madhatterkyoko's avatar
This whole group of pictures has been fantastic. :heart:
Aquietpoet23's avatar
Wow :), that is simply stunning.
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nK-DeviantFox's avatar
It's amazing even now... you can really feel the aura of this place. You can tell that Langhans had a mind for sacred geometry and the feeling of awe you get when walking into certain places. I'm very impressed with your ability to capture that with this shot.
TobiasRoetsch's avatar
thanks a lot mate :)
This place is wonderful. Why they don't restore it? The shot is great.
TobiasRoetsch's avatar
I dont know why. Maybe there is not enough money. Thanks :)
asaziel's avatar
One can almost see how glorious it must have looked in its heyday.
R3V4N's avatar
I thought the city name sounds somehow familiar! Really nice place indeed!
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