This is the Department for Inner Medicine of the University Hospital in Erlangen. A simple, but effective metaphore for the frailty of our bodies.
Erlangen has the highest density of hospitals in the world. Togehter with Siemens Healthcare, whose headquarters are partly settled here, it makes this region one of the leading spots in German, but also European healthcare
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siudzi (33065) 2013-04-14 12:44
Very attractive and interesting image executed with great composition and quality. The b&w version fits here perfectly to make the graphical effect more visible. Great work. Like it!
All the best,
willperrett (6712) 2013-04-14 13:34
Great capture, beautifully framed. I wonder if this is how it came out of the camera, or whether you've done any cropping in post-production. Either way, this is a splendid monochrome photograph.
Bartleby (13532) 2013-04-14 14:10
cool composition. A tight framing and the addition of the human element in the right place in the frame....works for me!
tatadalou (6081) 2013-04-14 15:44
Nice B&W shot. Contrasts are perfectly managed. The framing on the scale gives some diagonal lines, adding graphism. The human presence is a plus in your picture.
Rafer (15205) 2013-05-12 13:47
Superbe composition and nice b/n.....Greetings Adrian !!!
claudeD (32069) 2013-05-13 11:43
Very fine picture very well composed . I,like your choice for b+w mode and the vertical format which matches very good for this interesting picture. very well done.TFS.
Wuth regards from Luxembourg
jcpix (13552) 2013-07-18 18:11
Great recognition of your surroundings and a smart concept which has resulted in an impressive visual. I believe most industrial type settings go undetected by the masses, but someone with a keen eye is able to envision and create an intriguing image...an this is just such a case! :) The black & white format suits this splendidly to enhance the contrast and graphic appeal, Very well done. Thanks for sharing the seemingly common in a new way. Have great day ahead.
All the best,
mjw364 (7338) 2013-07-19 9:35
Thanks for the comment. I like this shot the pattern of the stairs and the tonal range of the black and white. Teh lone guy really makes it though acting as a focal point for the eye. Nicely observed.
olive224 (2719) 2013-07-19 11:55
An classic stairs image ;) but well realized and the man is perfectly disposed in a light area.
Well done ;)