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Jacob Surland
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Photography is about Evoking the Experience
Photography is about Evoking the Experience

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After almost 30 years I returned to Salzburg in 2016. I have a strong and wonderful memory of Salzburg. It was the destination of my first real trip abroad. Salzburg was every bit as beautiful as I remembered it. In the blue hour, the river of Salzach turned completely blue. Photo by: Jacob Surland
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Venice is known for its insane amount of people, but... If you bother to get up well before sunrise, you can go exploring an almost empty Venice. Even San Marco's Square and the Gondolas are almost empty. Photo by Jacob Surland
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I do not do a lot of black and white photos. But this one just worked great in black and white and I had to make this photo of Pantheon in Rome like this.
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On a stormy early evening by Lake Derwentwaters in Lake District I captured this long exposure. Photo by: Jacob Surland
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Tatev Monastery in Armenia. We were there on the day of the opening of the longest cabel car in the world. Photo by: Jacob Surland
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A little while back I went to Lake District in UK. A pretty beautiful place I can tell! Photo by: Jacob Surland
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Soft light on a freezing cold morning in Roskilde.
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A spooky one from a graveyard in Roskilde.
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Aarhus in Denmark is the European Capital of Culture in 2017. The beautiful bell tower and the whole town hall is created by the famous architect Arne Jacobsen and is worth visiting!
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Even at winter the tourist wander around the lovely Nyhavn in Copenhagen, Denmark. I can understand that, it is a place worth visiting. Photo by: Jacob Surland
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