Kollateral-Erkenntnisse durch's Nikon Noct 58mm f/0.95 ...
oder: "was man auf Photo Websites alles so lernen kann"!
"In 2010, the world’s tallest skyscraper was completed in Dubai. Standing a staggering 2,722 feet tall, the Burj Khalifa towered over the next tallest building by over 700ft. It was a feat of engineering, and a beautiful and shining addition to one of the most impressive skylines in the world. But they didn’t consider one issue: feces. In this way, the Burj Khalifa and the new Nikon Noct lens have something in common.
With 163 habitable floors designed to hold 35,000 people, the Burj Khalifa’s residents can theoretically produce over 7 tons of poop per day. Why does this matter? Because the Burj Khalifa was constructed without first building the proper sewage infrastructure that such a building required. Without a fleet of sewage trucks, the building would have figuratively collapsed under the weight of its own literal feces."