The Centennial Hall, the UNESCO World Heritage in Wroclaw, is not only the hall itself and the singing fountain in front of it. Next to it, there is the Japanese Garden I showed you some photos of and the fountain is surrounded by this Circuit which serves as an interesting capture.
It’s a rather small waterfall, but it was my first chance to capture one with my DSLR. It’s not that easy, to get an interesting picture out of it, but with that result I’m happy. How do you like it, and how do you take your waterfall photos?
I came along that place so many times, almost every time when I was in Wrocław, me and my girlfriend were passing that bar. Always I thought, in that light that would be a great photo, but never I carried my cam with me. But then the day, or better the evening, came, where I could take a shot. Without a tripod it took a couple of tries to get a good one, but with that one I’m satisfied. Now I just wonder if that place is ever open, cause every time I’ve been passing it, the bar was closed.
A new photo of the Japanese Garden in Wroclaw, as I really like the place. You find it in Wroclaw close to the Centennial Hall and I highly recommend you to visit it. I think the entrance costed only something like an euro and it was definitely worth it.
I already showed you how the Centennial Hall in Wroclaw (Hala Stulecia) looks like during the day. The photo from today displays the show which takes place every evening. It’s called a singing fountain as there is music which goes together with a fountain display. It’s starting every hour I think but of course it is especially beautiful in the evenings when the sun is going down.