the lower third of three

P6242334berlin moabit, 2016


dsc08079it’s quite kalt in berlin these days… brrr.

berlin neukölln, 2017


dsc08052berlin mitte, 2017


dsc08036i really like the green one

berlin mitte, 2017

don’t dead

pb061947-2berlin friedrichshain, 2016

today, 26th of november: vernissage at freiluftgalerie berlin.  I’m so excited… 

fake seahorse

_a311073berlin, moabit, 2016

remember remember, the 26th of november: vernissage at freiluftgalerie berlin

and maybe listen to devendra banhart – seahorse (click, hear) before

rust belt

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAberlin moabit, 2016

remember remember, the 26th of november: vernissage of my exhibition container love at freiluftgalerie berlin

exhibitionism (I)


flyer on fellow-yellow

there is an upcoming exhibition of some of my more abstract stuff at freiluftgalerie berlin in friedrichshain. the vernissage will take place on saturday, 26.11.2016 at 15:00 h and if you are in the area or willing to travel please come around – there will be glühwein :)

if you’re on facebook, there is a facebook event that you could share, like or whatever else one can do with these on facebook:

in der freiluftgalerie berlin wird es eine ausstellung von einigen meiner abstrakteren fotos geben. die vernissage findet am samstag, 26.11.2016 um 15:00 uhr statt, und wenn du in der gegend bist oder gerne eine reise machst, dann komm doch bitte vorbei – es gibt auch glühwein :)

für facebooknutzer gibt es auch ein facebookereignis, das man sharen, liken oder was man sonst so damit macht machen kann:

waiting around to die

DSC03810.jpgberlin tiergarten, 2016

townes van zandt – waiting around to die (click, hear)

going bananas

DSC02798in berlin kreuzberg, 2016

blue mountain (simulation)

P5052559friedrichshain, berlin, 2016


DSC01775-Bearbeitetsome container love from jesolo, italy, 2015

five plus

five plus

definitely more than five…

another one from st. helier, jersey.

the beast

the beast

lives on a container in berlin, prenzlauer berg



a glimpse into a container in friedrichshain, berlin.



a strong shadow, some nice colours and a good shot of decay was not too much to ask for in kreuzberg the other day.


colognethe coat of arms of the city of cologne on a container.

this is the cccc’th post on this blog. if you are confused and/but interested check out the excellent article on roman numerals on wikipedia. i’d love to have done this (or something similar) with berlin and the berlin coat of arms but the romans did not use the letter ‘b’ for numbers and i was not really in the mood for something hexadecimal…


6615seen in moabit, berlin.

scratch the surface

scratch the surfaceit’s a dilemma somehow. all portrait oriented pictures look good (that is in my eyes of course) in the blog post itself but suffer big time in the wordpress reader shrinking process (that is the desktop reader of course, the mobile reader does not really bother and just shows a landscape oriented crop of the original picture which apparently must be a joke by the app programmers that i don’t fully get).

the landscape oriented shots on the other hand are really nice in all the readers but are as far as i’m concerned too small on the actual blog post (at least with my current wordpress theme that i otherwise prefer for its simplicity).

since most of the people coming over here are not really coming over here but using the reader to get the most out of their wordpress (i am guilty of this myself), portrait oriented pictures tend to get a bit less attention than they (again in my eyes) deserve.

so this is nevertheless a portrait oriented shot once more and its title is a reference to the sick of it all love ballad of the same name… (oh, it’s not a love ballad? sorry for the mix-up then ;))

container love

these pictures were taken at the defunct airport tempelhof in the heart of berlin. the containers have been used as weather barrier to separate the conference area of the campus party from the (ex-)flight field. the containers are gone now. the stripes will probably stay for a while…

shot with the m.zuiko 40-150mm and the lumix 14mm with gwc-1 conversion lens attached.