berlin friedrichshain, 2018
i noticed i hadn’t featured one of the well-known (yet still mysterious enough) pink pipes of berlin for quite some time… consider that fixed.
i didn’t need them in hong kong, 2017
berlin friedrichshain, 2017
blue garbage bins and pink ‘honey buckets’ (yes, i’ve looked it up) lined up for the berlin half marathon a few weeks ago (in april…)
berlin, mitte, 2016
micro architecture in a bar. found right at the border between kreuzberg and treptow in berlin.
that’s obviously a colours photo. found in berlin friedrichshain.
shot on sobieszewo again.
what a great idea! between a lot of (interesting!) ancient roman and greek sculptures suddenly this piece (nature study, 1984) by the great louise bourgeois struck us! hats off to the ny carlsberg glyptotek in copenhagen. we are absolutely thrilled.
and why do i always have to think of henry mancini when i look at this photo? ;)
seen the day after the infamous herrentag on my way to work. i swear this wasn’t staged ;)
shot with my trusty combination of the still fantastic lumix 20mm and the e-pl1.
too much? i don’t think so ;)
another blog that i really enjoy following: adèle d’alleray – femme photo-appareillée
the first one with the birches was shot through a fence with a very tight rhombic pattern. this pattern is responsible for the interesting/strange shadow-light distribution in this frame.
both shots were made with the sony a99 and the 50mm lens. i already miss that beast in my rucksack. it’s so much lighter now again with the e-pl1 (and the three little
pigs primes) .
21° celsius forecast for berlin next week…? i’m not convinced! this shot is from wien anyway.
autumn – still going strong in berlin.
another one from the ever progressing window series. this is obviously not a window in a house but in a customized mercedes transporter (most probably a 608d, i forgot to check). i liked the complementary colours.
three yellows, two pinks
i got there by chance. i was here just because the main road was blocked. probably the last not reconstructed house in (this area of) mitte. i liked the large areas of yellow and magenta. i took a few shots and then thought that it would have been nice if something else would give a little tension to the image. i imagined a person dressed in yellow or pink but the streets were deserted.
when i finally had put the camera back into the bag this woman turned around the corner. i only had one chance, i think she did not even notice me. i was so excited to have this shot i completely forgot to ask her if she’s alright with me taking a photo of her. that’s why i chose to make her (via pp) a little bit faster than she really was and so render her virtually unrecognizable.