At the 'Obernstraße' in Bielefeld's city centre there is a small pavilion with a weather station. It has been there for as long as I can remember. You can read the current temperature and the air pressure in it.

I was never particularly interested in this little house. But on an early rainy sunday morning it caught my eye because of the nice lighting. I took a picture with the Fujifilm GFX 50R and the Fujinon GF 3.5/ 50 mm R LM WR lens. Because I didn't have a tripod with me, I had to take the photo from the hand. I was not so sure if the technical image quality would be sufficient. After all, ISO 3200 was necessary to get an unblurred image. But all in all, it turned out that the result is absolutely usable.

Interesting with such photos is that one often sees things that one had never noticed before. Even if it is your home town and you have passed it countless times. In this picture these were the astrological signs, placed in the edge of the roof of the small weather station.


Weather station at 'Obernstraße'

Weather station at 'Obernstraße' on a rainy morning (Bielefeld, Germany).

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