from friedrichshain, berlin. shot with the e-p5 and the om zuiko 135 f2.8. sometimes the compression that a tele lens can deliver simply rules.
and yes, mirrow is not a word. i made that up (but then found out there is of course already an app with that name …)
family resemblance between two posts.
another one from the night and the kottbusser tor.
just for the record – this image is mirrored…
hard light in black and white. and some salt and pepper to spice it up a little.
m.sc. seagulls resting at the river rhein in düsseldorf.
ready for a ride. found in a backyard in düsseldorf.
especially the left part…
another flag-themed entry, now from inside a shop in friedrichshain.
i have no idea what kind of car that was. i found the colourful pattern quite interesting and it looked like a flag to me. the reflection in the picture is part of s-bahn station ostkreuz.
from a public photo exhibition at görlitzer park, kreuzberg. i don’t know the name of the original artist, though.
a vibratory plate compactor (no, i’m not making this up, if you don’t trust me, trust Tony) having a rest at the weekend. again a picture from düsseldorf.
at storkower strasse, berlin, friedrichshain.
a monitored crack in a façade in friedrichshain, berlin.
leftovers found around görlitzer park two weeks ago. kreuzberg, berlin.
another one from düsseldorf. and still with words (or letters at least)…
this time from düsseldorf, though.
not only for young people… from kreuzberg with love :)
a cemetery gate and a cemetery tree from the town where my sister lives.
in case you’re 38 – this is for you!
i liked the colours here a lot. found in the wrangelkiez in kreuzberg.
some astroturf from moabit, berlin.