mirror

…and we’re out again

DSC01111-Bearbeitetniederrhein, 2019

know thyself

DSC07107poznań, poland, 2018

the blinds leading the lines

DSC02134-3berlin friedrichshain, 2018

mirror mirror

DSC06882-Bearbeitetright after the half-baked self portrait from yesterday’s post – here’s another one :)

berlin prenzlauer berg, 2016

not mirrorless

dsc03019berlin friedrichshain, 2016

reflections

dsc07246friedrichshain,  berlin, 2016

reflections of sweden

DSC02059sweden, 2016

i’m back in berlin, this blog will soon return to normal operations :)

pmal teerts

P4233081a street lamp in a found mirror, niederrhein, 2016

mirror tree

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAoh, this special kind of window tree…

friedrichshain, berlin, 2016

head in air

head in air

lichtenberg, berlin, 2015

the reichstag may be closer than it appears

reichstag(part of) the berlin reichstag in the mirror of a motorcycle made in the gdr. the ‘schwalbe‘.

on the fractal nature of trees

on the fractal nature of treesor my misinterpretation of it.

cloud scraping

P1050774

happy rotterdam, to have such giant mirrors.

this is a quite old picture (made with the lx-3) that i found on the bottom of my drafts list. i found it interesting enough to put it on top of this very list again :)

mirror tree

mirror tree

a little twist on my fondness for window trees… (see ‘related’ below)

mirrow

mirrow

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 …)

as far as i can see

as far as i can seei took this shortly after i had met the geese…

a symmetry

 

a symmetryencountered in the kunstquartier bethanien in berlin kreuzberg.

breakfast

breakfast

breakfast, shot during. (kreuzberg, berlin)

trash mirror

trash mirror

mirror mirror in the trash, just a moment till you crash.

found in berlin moabit. i was in a hurry so i don’t know whether it really crashed.

man in the mirror

self through omman 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.