When you travel by train you arrive at the largest European main train station, the Leipzig Hauptbahnhof. It was
built between 1902 and 1915 and the interior has really gigantic dimensions. The facade is 293 meters long and inside there are 24 platforms. By the way it is a terminus.
The panorama was shot on the top floor and underneath are two floors with of all kinds of shopping from coffee and brotchen to jewelry and chocolate.
It is really nice to walk around here and in my opinion it is one of the most beautiful railway stations.
Photography: 4 shots around , 1 shot up and 2 shots down, RAW.
Hardware: Pentax ist DL with smc Pentax-FA2 28mm AL and Raynox DCR-CF185Pro, Velbon monopod, selfmade brackets and
Software: RAW processing with Pentax photo Lab, stitching PTGui, retouch with Corel Photo-Paint.
Sound: Olympus WS-200s and stereo microphone.
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