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Travel: Schueberfouer, A 600 Year Old Fun Fair



Thomas and I were in Luxembourg at the perfect time to go to Schueberfouer; a fun fair that was founded way back in 1340. The games and rides look a lot different today than they did back then, but there's still a touch of the antique in the art nouveau Ferris Wheel and timeless gingerbread hearts. We went enjoyed the fair food and went on rides earlier in the afternoon when it was still light, then walked back at night to snap a few pictures when everything was lit up and magical.

details: jean jacket, old dress, red flats
*pictures by Thomas & me*

8 comments:

Hello Kuo said...

this is way cool. it's like walking into the past for a bit. it's crazy that the fair has been there for so long! and your photos are amazing! i can seriously feel the energy of the place

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Truly Madly Deeply Fashion said...

These images are stunning! It looks magical.

Saba x

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Anna C. said...

The photos are amazing!!! That massive spider coming out of the window made my heart jump for a while, I'm such a chicken when it comes to spiders hihihihi
Btw, loving that fisheye effect on your photos!! :D

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OrigamiGirl said...

These are incredible photos, especiallIy for night time. And with so much going on at a fairground, like people and changing lights and all those variables I am amazed at how crisp and bright these pictures are. I would love to know how to take photos like this!

Abby said...

I love these cheery, bright photos!

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse said...

@OrigamiGirl it's all about just going manual with your camera; we put the ISO up high and fiddled with the other settings but there's no special tool or tripod involved. The curved pictures were taken with a fisheye, but same camera. :)

Kayla said...

This looks just delightful! The photos make it look all the more dreamy!

Justina Kenyon said...

What a perfect dress for a fair! The fish eye pictures work so well in this setting. I love how much life is in these pictures!