a little twist on my fondness for window trees… (see ‘related’ below)
i took this shortly after i had met the geese…
encountered in the kunstquartier bethanien in berlin kreuzberg.
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.
quite a bunch of people in an elevator…
seen in the table of a lovely ice cream parlour in berlin lichtenberg. they will close for winter season next week, so hurry up ;)
first springtime** morning:
the mirror I stare into
shows my father’s face.
on a technical note: do you notice the heavy vignetting of the lumix 20mm? of course the subject and the contrast enhancement do worsen the thing. fortunately, i happen to like vignetting.
**i have adapted Murakami Kijo’s haiku for springtime. He preferred autumn but for vain calendaric reasons i switched the seasons (even if i do clearly understand that autumn is better suited for the topic of the poem)