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As I said yesterday, I recently made a short trip outside Berlin to Wittenberg, the town made famous by Martin Luther. Luther spent most of his career as a professor of theology at the University of Wittenberg and the city became the center of his Protestant Reformation. Visitors can tour the Martin Luther home, although the church where he nailed up his famous Ninety-Five Theses is closed for restoration in preparation for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017.
 

Now to the age-old question. Do you like color or black and white? For more old stuff, take a look at Rubbish Tuesday.

35 comments:

  1. color! love the door, door, door, door, door way. :)

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  2. In this case, the colour version works best for me.

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  3. I like both, but the colour version adds a certain character!!!

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  4. Ici je préfère la couleur, parce que la couleur du bois est chaude.

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  5. Very welcoming! I think in this particular instance the golden light gives the colour version the edge!

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  6. I adore b&w photography, but your colour version is much warmer.

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  7. I like them both. I notice the difference in texture more in the black and white, but I would have to pick the color. Those doors are beautiful! Thanks for linking up!

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  8. Love the series of doorways. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  9. Nice shot with all the doors open

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  10. In this case I prefer the black and white version, it's more mysterious...

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  11. I'll take the color version. I would truly enjoy checking out the home and the church.

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  12. Oh that's too hard Hal :) it's a beautiful image either way.. The colours of the wood are so rich and warm.. yet the b&w has a wonderful air of mystery!

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  13. A series of doors makes an interesting shot.

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  14. Super shot. Wish it were mine. ;) I like it both in colour and in B&W.

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  15. Looks like never-ending doorways captured here.

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  16. Wonderful photo...always love shots like these. This is one that I love in both formats.

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  17. I like the color better but, I tend to lean toward color most of the time. I love the photo. It makes me want to explore.

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  18. Lovely! I'd go for the colour version :)

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  19. How interesting, just go through a series of doors.

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  20. I like B&W only for my old pictures take in in B&W, and that was a long time ago...

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  21. I usually like colour but I do like this B&W a lot!

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  22. For these gorgeous images...i prefer the color. I LOVE the woodwork.

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  23. I prefer the first version - the warm colour of the door appears more prominent. Pity that the church is closed until 2017.

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  24. These unique doorways are truly glorious! I'm partial to the color version. The warmth of the wood stands out so nicely in it and for me the shot highlights the wood and what's been done with it. Great shots!

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  25. Beautiful doors! And fabulous photos of them...especially the B&W! Love getting some of the history. Wow!

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  26. I enjoy visiting homes of prominent people. This reminds me of the Albrecht Durer home in Nurnberg. Color or B+W? I'm with the color image, as usual.

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  27. This is the sort of photo I would love to take myself. You got it beautifully.

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  28. I like both. I thought the black and white brought out the detail in those two doors at the front.

    Diana

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  29. I love both photos, the colour one just glows and the detail really shines out in the B&W.

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  30. You do visit the most interesting places!

    Lindy

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