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Wolfgang Luehrs

Free Member, Cuxhaven

About me

To describe a person is very difficult - above all you have it to do it about yourself .
Just let me say this, I like nature, flowers and landscapes - no matter if the colours are soft or strong - just capturing light and colours.
But please do me a favour, never black and white.....in my opinion it's only the colour for grief.

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  • John Moore 12/09/2005 8:22

    Greeting and salutations, Wolfgang in good old Germany.
    From the land down under.
    We welcome you to the wonderful world of FC.
    We hope to see many more of your wonderful pictures.
    Thank you for your kind comments on my rose.
    Best wishes.

    Outback John.
  • Dennis Maloney 10/09/2005 20:59

    Mr. Wolfgang, Thanks for your comment on my picture ...now that you mention it, it does look like a white butterfly...the thing no one has mentioned is the tiny spider on the bud above it...thanks again, den
  • When 10/09/2005 16:28

    Hello Wolfgang,
    Welcome to FC. Hope you have fun with us.
    What's on the table? Will be looking for more.
  • Peter Mertz 09/09/2005 11:06

    Welcome the the fotocommunity.com
    The spirit of Fotocommunity is to share knowledge, inspiration and thoughts as a team. Everyone can participate and everyone will share his experiences.
    So I hope you will enjoy it and if you have further
    questions don't hesitate to contact anybody from the support team.
    cheers Peter
  • Wolfgang Luehrs 09/09/2005 0:48

    I'd like to say....once upon a time,.... I started to love light and writing (the greek word for photography) in the 50th as a young guy - of course only black and white....was there any boy who could afford coloured pictures? - Many years later, as a lawyer, I might have had enough money for the equipment, but no time at all - I forgot, what it meant, to capture light, colour, sharpness and beautifull views, so I donated the camera to one of my sons.
    And now, in a kind of remembrance, I'm trying to go back to the roots. It's still amazing, but it will take a long time to get back there, where I started.
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