Out for adventure. Finding but the trots.

This is but a little pictorial tale about a day at Trabrennbahn Mariendorf – one of three Berlin trotting courses.
All shots are taken with a Yashica Mat 124G on Fuji NPH400.
Click on the first gallery image to start the slideshow.

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2 Responses to “Out for adventure. Finding but the trots.”
  1. Jan says:

    Robert this is such a “universal” set. It could be anywhere the only tip off is the few signs in German and the licence plates. It could be in the US or Canada. I like the composition you’ve used and the “high key” images. Were you welcome inside the stables? Excellent series!

    • Robert says:

      Thank you for enjoying, Jan. It was rather easy getting to the stables. Well, at first it was a bit hard to get a close up picture of one of the horses. The stable staff was preparing it for the race and they were superstitious it wouldn’t win, if I took a picture beforehand. Cute, eh? But I did my best to convince them, a picture in advance would bring them luck.
      I very much enjoyed the atmosphere at the course. It was all a bit dozy, sparsely populated and still a little cold out there. See if I can extend the set, since there’s still a big bunch of 35mm I brought home from that day.

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