The German Wharf in Bergen is on the Unesco World Heritage List. This photo is taken in June, one hour before midnight.
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CedarBough (74) 2003-03-17 1:55
good try, too bad some of the areas are just too darn dark... the people in the foreground are almost invisible as a result of the underexposure in that area. The lighting is nice and I like the composition (though it's unfortunate about the electric trolley lines overhead).
adam (860) 2003-03-17 2:26
Compared to your other work, this is a letdown for me. There are areas at left (part of building wall, cars) completely blown out, and the right bottom part of the scene is too underexposed as Cedar mentions. The trolley lines does not particularly fit in with this scene, and the scene doesn't 'pop' as your other photos do. One thing that does intrigue me is how you took it so close to midnight, yet it is very light out.
jonkb (2) 2003-04-29 5:14
Good picture, although the people in the front have lost some detail like CedarBough says. One thing that bothers me though: The place is called "Bryggen" in norwegian, because the word "tyskebryggen" was to much associated with the german occupation. Shouldn't the english name be just "The Wharf"