berlin friedrichshain, 2019
taken with my sony a7 iii and a vintage olympus om zuiko 65-200mm f4 one-touch zoom.
carl zeiß building in carl-zeiß-street in jena, 2018
*yes, it’s that carl zeiß – ß is the so called ‘scharfes s’ in german orthography and if you want to capitalise it, you’ll have to write a double S – hence ZEISS.
sankt petersburg, russia, 2018
berlin friedrichshain, 2018
if anybody has an idea what brand this car is, please comment. i did forget to check…
EDIT: tumblr user grischa808 provided me with the solution: it’s a toyota corolla E110 3-door hatchback (ca. 1995) – and if you don’t believe that – believe wikipedia!
the berghain seen from behind, friedrichshain, berlin 2017
berlin friedrichshain, 2017
ok, this time it’s just about pigeons i promise.
this is again from duisburg and it was of course a lucky shot. i actually wanted to get the lamps pigeonholed into the window frames when the real pigeons suddenly turned up.
for walking a tightrope you need one in the first place… here they are manufactured – at least for a german walk on the tightrope which is commonly referred to as a drahtseilakt (lit.: wire-rope act). i wish this would have been a bit more self-explanatory, but that’s the thing with languages…
this small company is located in süchteln a small town quite close to the small town quite close to the dutch border where i grew up and i remember that building always triggered my attention when we drove by. yesterday i finally shot it.