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    On a trip to Berlin, I fell in love with all things Ampelmann. On any given day, I can be seen drinking coffee from an Ampelmann mug, and my luggage is adorned with Ampelmann tags. This iconic symbol was designed in 1961 by East Berlin traffic psychologist Karl Peglau. The actual pedestrian traffic symbols are red, with Ampelmann standing forward with his arms stretched wide for stop, and green, with Ampelmann standing sideways in the midst of a stride for go, (shown in my photo).
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    Date Taken: Nov 30, 2016
    Date Uploaded: Mar 21, 2017
    Location: Berlin, Berlin, Germany
    Camera: FUJIFILM X-T1
    Focal Length: 55 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/55 sec
    Aperture: f/2.8
    ISO: 6400
    Copyright: © Joyce G. Pernin
    Categories: Culture, Black and White, People