The view over the Rhine to the west bank, including the crane houses, is impressive. At the blue hour, however, as soon as the windows of the offices are lit and reflected in the Rhine, this scene is again enhanced. Corresponding picture compositions can only be optimally realized if the blue hour takes place before the office closes, as otherwise the office rooms are not illuminated.
Focal length 50 mm
Husum's palace gardens offer many beautiful motifs and memorials are a reminder of important people such as the native writer Theodor Storm and of course Ferdinand Tönnies, the famous German sociologist.
From the monument to Theodor Storm you have very nice views of the park - this is where the color key photo was taken.
The blue hour is of particular importance for photography.
Pictures taken at this time of day, when dusk changes to darkness after sunset, can create a mixture of unsettling melancholy and uncertainty about the threatening black of the night, the moods that, on closer inspection, have nothing to do with the subject. Perhaps they also evoke memories of experiences at this time of day, when our powerful sense, our visual perception, begins to lose its protective power with diminishing light and invisible dangers are suspected in the shadows ...