Goslar’s Half-timbered Winding Street – Germany


Jan 16, 2019

Lorelei Frey


How the Photo was Taken

I used a DSLR Canon EOS 100D with a circular polarized filter. No other photo alterations. I used the Canon EF-S 55-250 mm 1:4-5.6 IS STM lens with an exposure time 1/250 sec and a focal length of 79 mm and an F-stop of 1/7.1 with an exposure bias of +0.3. No other photo alterations were made.


Photo Location

On July 24, 2017, my husband and I were visiting the quintessential half-timbered town of Goslar, in the Harz region of Lower-Saxony in Northern Germany. We were casually strolling through beautiful winding lanes of half-timbered houses when we came upon Peterstrasse. We had only just reached the beginning of the winding lane when I saw the perfect curve of the cobbled-stone street and the row of timber frame houses on both sides, flowing like a river of quaint little houses. What was once simple homes of poor miners is today one of the most picturesque streets in Germany.


About the Author

Lorelei Frey

I’m an American expat living in Germany with a serious addiction to adorable half-timbered houses, fairy tale towns and castles. I may have an unwritten rule with my husband that at least once a month, we have to explore somewhere new to satisfy my restless feet syndrome!

Website : https://www.caliglobetrotter.com

Twitter : https://twitter.com/CaliGlobetrotr



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