Sunset and Twilight
After coming back from a long day in Wurzburg, visiting churches and practicing a little street photography, we had a enough energy left to visit the Nuremberg castle to see if we can catch the sunset. It seemed like a good location. Unfortunately after wondering about for a bit, and admiring the beautiful golden light of the setting sun, on the walls of the castle, we were unceremoniously kicked out of the grounds. The castle staff was locking it up, before the sunset. The nerve. We had to move. Since the sunset was a bust, and it wasn't much of one anyway, we wondered around the old town to see a bit of a night life. There is nothing better than sit a street cafe, drink a good german beer, and observe people, quietly stealing their images.
Two cameras, two lenses. That is all :) Fuji X-Pro1 with 10-24mm for landscape and sunset, and Fuji Xt1 56mm for streets. Perfect combo I think. Easy to carry, and not overly obvious. When taking images of people at the street cafe, the XT1 was quiet and discreet. No one had any idea, even my good friend, who was sitting beside me.