During my weekend trip to Luxembourg, I thought I would bring an international dimension to the postcode project with a few pictures (all edited in Lightroom). The first three demonstrating the preparations being made for the Christmas Markets that are prevalent in this part of Europe – the end of November makes the start of the season and it was interesting to see the workers on the ferris wheel – I have no idea what they were doing. 

One random one of subway graffiti by the Glassis car park – it refers to circuses  (its a small part of a larger piece) and interestingly there was circus tent being erected in the car park itself. 

The following three are shots from La Petrusse, which is a small valley in Luxembourg city – the part I walked through was a park hence the flower, leaves on the steps, and the sign for a “dog that bites” – which amused me, no end.

The final picture was one of those you cannot plan for. It seemed there was a small peloton of motorcyclists (US Veterans) who are travelling through on Harleys etc and I took a few shots…this was the best of an unexciting bunch.

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f6.3 1/4000 ISO 100 50mm

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f6.3 1/4000 ISO 100 50mm

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f3.5 1/4000 ISO 100 50mm

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f3.5 1/400 ISO 100 50mm

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f1.8 1/500 ISO 100 50mm

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f1.8 1/125 ISO 100 50mm

f1.8 1/500 ISO 100 50mm

f1.8 1/500 ISO 100 50mm

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