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Machines from the First Second of Our Life

Gabi Haindl

Electrical Machines

Fritzlar, Hessen, Germany

June 16th 2013, 9:59 CEST

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© 2013 Gabi Haindl, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Charging ....

All this cars around me, even the Twike which looks a bit like a bicycle, are electric cars. At the moment they are charging their batteries while their drivers have a second breakfast in Fritzlar.

These cars are part of a group of electric cars, whose drivers are bringing a Grußbotschaft (message with greetings) from the mayor of Wetzlar, were the Hessentag 2012 took place, to the mayor of Kassel where the Hessentag of this year started a day ago. (The Hessentag is a big festivity in one town of Hesse, each year in a different town.)

Back to the cars. Starting from the charging station, rotating to the right:
  • the white nose: a Twike
  • the red one: a Kewet
  • the second red one: a Think City
  • white with orange: MIA
  • the white one: an i-MiEV
  • and the white one from the opening view: a Twike

For contact information and more panoramas of Germany, check my personal website, Kugelblick.de

Location

Europe / Germany

Lat: 51° 7' 55.8" N
Long: 9° 16' 11.4" E

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

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Equipment

Nikon D300 with Nikkor 10.5mm, Novoflex VR-System PRO II, PTGui Pro and Gimp.
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