berlin friedrichshain, 2019
berlin friedrichshain, 2017
friedrichshain, berlin, 2016
a larger-than-life paste-up by fatal in berlin friedrichshain.
a fresh paste-up from berlin moabit.
kreuzberg in blue.
this is for my nephew k. who turns six today.
found in friedrichshain, berlin.
i found this nice paper radio under some interesting lighting conditions in kreuzberg, too. about 30 minutes later it was gone (i.e. removed)…
meanwhile behind the facade of this innocent looking bookstore the european parliamentary elections are held here in germany today…
i found this paste-up in friedrichshain last week.
i’ve collected some more wrinkles of the city by french artist jr here in berlin.
some big stuff by street artist jr in berlin mitte. much more information about the project wrinkles of the city and a lot of great photos by fellow blogger andBerlin: here and here.
another paste-up just around the corner by soon.
strawberry with concrete
shot in tübingen quite a while ago on my first outing with the e-pl1.
this mildly dystopian vision of berlin’s future was shot on a recent stroll through friedrichshain again. this is one of the first pictures taken with the panasonic wide angle conversion lens gwc-1 attached to the lumix 14mm pancake. when i got the 14mm on ebay as a de-kitted lens i had the converter in mind already. the converter seems to be quite scarce, though. i was lucky and got a used one from amazon warehouse deals very quickly (as opposed to four to five weeks delivery time for a new one) and i’m very happy with it.
as you might know my first serious attempts at photography happened to happen with the great panasonic lx-3 and that had a 24mm equivalent lens. i really did miss the wide angle at first with my e-pl1 but then i got over it. at least i thought i did. now with the gwc-1 the good old wide feeling is back and i’m very happy with the converter.
soon i will post a few more images and a short assessment of the gwc-1.