After moving to my new apartment in Zurich, things are a bit calmer than on previous weeks. We’re not totally settled in yet, there are still so many things to do… And I haven’t found enough time to go out with the camera. But this season is being one of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen (or maybe it’s the novelty of experiencing it in a new place) and when I saw the impressive blossoms in Strauffacher a few days ago, I knew I had to go back to take a few photos before the flowers were gone. I went back on a beautiful and sunny afternoon, just in time to enjoy the last days of the cherry blossoms in the square and a gorgeous evening light.
I have been practicing something I’ve been avoiding before. Since I arrived to Zurich I’ve been doing a bit more of street photography. It’s a bit challenging for me, as I don’t feel very confortable taking photos of people… But it’s always nice to try new things 🙂 Let me know what you think!

St. Jakob church in spring. Canon EOS 1200D 18mm f/11 1/30sec. ISO100
Malus blossom. Canon EOS 1200D 250mm f/5.6 1/40sec. ISO100
Malus blossoms. Canon EOS 1200D 109mm f/5 1/40sec. ISO100
Canon EOS 1200D 35mm f/11 1/50sec. ISO100
Sunset in Zurich. Canon EOS 1200D 40mm f/11 1/5sec. ISO100

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