but not today! parabéns portugal!
but not this time… found in friedrichshain a while ago. i doubt the door still exists in this place, though.
a green curtain in a car. seen in berlin lichtenberg quite a while ago.
a garden in winter. pixelated.
dreamt in kreuzberg, berlin.
another one from barcelona (yes, it was quite rainy then)
made in barcelona quite a while ago. found while flipping through the “archive”.
fought in copenhagen last year.
for 2013 that is.
i wish you all a good 2014, lots of cool new photographic and other opportunities and i am looking forward to seeing you and your great pictures on the other side!
this is a gallery of some of the shots that have been featured over the course of the last twelve months on this blog. i’m sorry but i did not have the time to make this post shorter ;)
aus der serie: häuser schauen dich an
internationales handelszentrum (international trace center) at friedrichstrasse in berlin mitte. built in the gdr between 1976 and 1978 by the kajima corporation.
trovato all’aeroporto di ancona falconara. i thought it might be a suitable companion to the sculptural accident from the last post.
man in the mirror – of my olympus om-2n that is.
you see the lens mount of the camera and the mirror that mirrors what is behind the view finder (yes, the mirror works both ways ;)) the bright area in the middle of the mirror is the reflection of the split image focusing screen.
thanks a lot to b. who made this picture possible.
it felt a wee little bit like visiting ancient maya ruins… but it was porto san giorgio, italy.
shot in nørrebro last may. the colours were overwhelming!
stattbad wedding again. the silhouette is about 10cm in height (and maybe she is just out for shopping…)
a truck from above. shot in moabit, berlin.
shot at the piazza in ascoli piceno, italy. you know i’m not a great people shooter but this spot of fantastic red got my attention. luckily i had the 40-150mm mounted… one could argue about retouching the garbage out of the piazza but if you know this blog you know that i would have had put it in there if it hadn’t already been there in the first place ;) (i hope i got all the hads right…)
rain drops in porto san giorgio, italy.