Photographer's Note

The Ranzinger Vince lookout tower on the Kő-hegy, which translates as Stone-mountain. (Really? A hill from stone? You must be kiddin'). Joking apart, the tower once served as the elevator of coal-pit no. XII/a, where the 1978 colliery disaster occurred. The tower serves as a memory of those, who lost their lives on that day. In the WS you can see an old photo portraying the neighbourhood, when the mine was still operating and the top of the tower.
Leica M8.2, Voigtlander 12/5.6 at f16. PP done in Silver Effex, Fine-Art.

PS: 'Don't take photos against the Sun', they said. 'Your photos will be shitty' - They said. Instead, I would say: 'Don't take photo against the Sun if you don't know what are you doing.'

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