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Moonlover - Lighthouse Sessions IV by JanPusdrowski
Moonlover - Lighthouse Sessions IV

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"Moonlover - Lighthouse Sessions IV"

Saving the best two for last, hence this is only the second last image of my recent series. This one was taken at the second most western point of France -the Pointe du Saint Mathieu. For it was one of the spot I was looking forward to the most with its sémpahore, lighthouse and the abbey ruins Pointe du Saint Mathieu is really a sight for sore eyes.
Further, a big thanks to NicolasAlexanderOtto who convinced me to shot this frame as well, while I still was shoting the last few stars over the lighthouse without the moon in my frame.

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The King - Chess Series IV by JanPusdrowski
The King - Chess Series IV
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Same Series:
The Pawns - Chess Series I by JanPusdrowski The Rook - Chess Series II by JanPusdrowski The Bishop - Chess Series III by JanPusdrowski The Queen - Chess Series IV by JanPusdrowski

Westend Tower - Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

With this image I am finishing my Chess Series. It will be the last urban shot for a while, since I will be heading out to Normandy and Bretange at the end of this month.

Backstory:
The persistent financial crisis in the Europe - especially in the Euro-Zone – and my recent trip to Frankfurt am Main (which can be regarded as Europe’s financial heart) generated an idea in my mind.
With Frankfurt being one of the few European cities with a significant number of skyscrapers, meaning buildings at least 150m tall. 14 out of a total of 15 skyscrapers in Germany are located in Frankfurt. Most of them are built by or owned by banks or other financial institutions. (For instance: The Westend Tower is the headquarters of DZ Bank or Commerzbank Tower functions as headquarters of the Commerzbank)
All these institutions are financial actors within the financial crisis. Some of them received a share in the profits; some of them paid fines; some of them even declared bankruptcy. (To be precise: Most declarations of bankruptcy happened outside of Frankfurt). But the common denominator, or the most important
similarity of all actors is that they are intrinsic players of a game we call finance.
So as I was going through my images, I thought if finance was a game, and if this game had certain rules (I have my own concerns at this point) I thought it could be regarded as chess – finance as highly strategic game to manifest certain hegemony.
So I will label my minimalistic architecture images according to chess pieces. None of the names reflects actual roles or duty of the aforementioned actors; they are just a verbalization of the composition presented in the images.



Same Trip:

Immutable Dusk by JanPusdrowski
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The Queen - Chess Series IV by JanPusdrowski
The Queen - Chess Series IV
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Same Series:
The Pawns - Chess Series I by JanPusdrowski The Rook - Chess Series II by JanPusdrowski The Bishop - Chess Series III by JanPusdrowski The King - Chess Series IV by JanPusdrowski

185 Tower - Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Backstory:
The persistent financial crisis in the Europe - especially in the Euro-Zone – and my recent trip to Frankfurt am Main (which can be regarded as Europe’s financial heart) generated an idea in my mind.
With Frankfurt being one of the few European cities with a significant number of skyscrapers, meaning buildings at least 150m tall. 14 out of a total of 15 skyscrapers in Germany are located in Frankfurt. Most of them are built by or owned by banks or other financial institutions. (For instance: The Westend Tower is the headquarters of DZ Bank or Commerzbank Tower functions as headquarters of the Commerzbank)
All these institutions are financial actors within the financial crisis. Some of them received a share in the profits; some of them paid fines; some of them even declared bankruptcy. (To be precise: Most declarations of bankruptcy happened outside of Frankfurt). But the common denominator, or the most important
similarity of all actors is that they are intrinsic players of a game we call finance.
So as I was going through my images, I thought if finance was a game, and if this game had certain rules (I have my own concerns at this point) I thought it could be regarded as chess – finance as highly strategic game to manifest certain hegemony.
So I will label my minimalistic architecture images according to chess pieces. None of the names reflects actual roles or duty of the aforementioned actors; they are just a verbalization of the composition presented in the images.



Same Trip:

Immutable Dusk by JanPusdrowski
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The Bishop - Chess Series III by JanPusdrowski
The Bishop - Chess Series III
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Hope you will visit me there :)

Same Series:
The Pawns - Chess Series I by JanPusdrowski The Rook - Chess Series II by JanPusdrowski The King - Chess Series IV by JanPusdrowski The Queen - Chess Series IV by JanPusdrowski

Silver Tower (DB) - Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Backstory:
The persistent financial crisis in the Europe - especially in the Euro-Zone – and my recent trip to Frankfurt am Main (which can be regarded as Europe’s financial heart) generated an idea in my mind.
With Frankfurt being one of the few European cities with a significant number of skyscrapers, meaning buildings at least 150m tall. 14 out of a total of 15 skyscrapers in Germany are located in Frankfurt. Most of them are built by or owned by banks or other financial institutions. (For instance: The Westend Tower is the headquarters of DZ Bank or Commerzbank Tower functions as headquarters of the Commerzbank)
All these institutions are financial actors within the financial crisis. Some of them received a share in the profits; some of them paid fines; some of them even declared bankruptcy. (To be precise: Most declarations of bankruptcy happened outside of Frankfurt). But the common denominator, or the most important
similarity of all actors is that they are intrinsic players of a game we call finance.
So as I was going through my images, I thought if finance was a game, and if this game had certain rules (I have my own concerns at this point) I thought it could be regarded as chess – finance as highly strategic game to manifest certain hegemony.
So I will label my minimalistic architecture images according to chess pieces. None of the names reflects actual roles or duty of the aforementioned actors; they are just a verbalization of the composition presented in the images.



Same Trip:

Immutable Dusk by JanPusdrowski
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The Rook - Chess Series II by JanPusdrowski
The Rook - Chess Series II
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Hope you will visit me there :)

Same Series:
The Pawns - Chess Series I by JanPusdrowski The Bishop - Chess Series III by JanPusdrowski The Queen - Chess Series IV by JanPusdrowski The King - Chess Series IV by JanPusdrowski

Westhafen Tower - Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

The persistent financial crisis in the Europe - especially in the Euro-Zone – and my recent trip to Frankfurt am Main (which can be regarded as Europe’s financial heart) generated an idea in my mind.
With Frankfurt being one of the few European cities with a significant number of skyscrapers, meaning buildings at least 150m tall. 14 out of a total of 15 skyscrapers in Germany are located in Frankfurt. Most of them are built by or owned by banks or other financial institutions. (For instance: The Westend Tower is the headquarters of DZ Bank or Commerzbank Tower functions as headquarters of the Commerzbank)
All these institutions are financial actors within the financial crisis. Some of them received a share in the profits; some of them paid fines; some of them even declared bankruptcy. (To be precise: Most declarations of bankruptcy happened outside of Frankfurt). But the common denominator, or the most important
similarity of all actors is that they are intrinsic players of a game we call finance.
So as I was going through my images, I thought if finance was a game, and if this game had certain rules (I have my own concerns at this point) I thought it could be regarded as chess – finance as highly strategic game to manifest certain hegemony.
So I will label my minimalistic architecture images according to chess pieces. None of the names reflects actual roles or duty of the aforementioned actors; they are just a verbalization of the composition presented in the images.



Same Trip:

Immutable Dusk by JanPusdrowski
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A small appeal: Once again.

Journal Entry: Sat Jan 10, 2015, 4:06 AM
I am getting quite a lot feedback on my winter images lately so I was wandering if some of you know my work on other social network pages:

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Click to follow me on G+

Click to follow me on 500px

Therefore I am hoping to convince you to follow me on those pages as well. Since DeviantArt is the page with my biggest following, I am hoping to have some of you follow me on other pages, too.

I am happy to see you guys on G+, 500px or Facebook as well


cheers
Jan

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IndigoSummerr Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Herausragende Galerie!
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JanPusdrowski Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015  Student Photographer
Vielen dank! :)
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IndigoSummerr Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Kein Problem! :)
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Love Awesome !!!
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JanPusdrowski Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2014  Student Photographer
<3 <3
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YOSHIMETAL Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2014   Photographer
Fabulous gallery my friends.
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JanPusdrowski Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014  Student Photographer
Thanks a lot!
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waudrey Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Your work is so beautiful, it looks unreal!! The scenes you capture are really inspiring and have such a strong impact! I'm really impress and I'm looking forward your future artworks!!
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JanPusdrowski Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014  Student Photographer
Thanks a lot! :)
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Ainsyl72 Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hi! :D I love your photos! They're amazing ^-^
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