Verona from Castel San Pietro | Italy
With only one day of shooting in Verona, we had to make it up to the Castel San Pietro to get the best view over the
Verona San Giorgio | Italy
Verona is such a beautiful Italian city. Founded more than 2500 years ago, Verona is a sleeping beauty, crowded with masses of tourists worldwide. That’s
Deutscher Dom | Berlin, Germany
Berlin’s Deutscher Dom (i.e. German Church, also called New Church) is part of the ensemble on the Gendarmenmarkt in the center of Berlin. And as every year it was time for the Festival of Lights in Berlin providing special illumination for all major sights. Festival of Lights means: Way to many photographers in Berlin and way too little possibilities to capture sights without people in front of it.
St Sebastian in Gesundbrunnen | Berlin, Germany
St Sebastian (also called Sebastianskirche) in the Berlin district Gesundbrunnen was constructed at the end of 19th century. It has been more or less random that
Rosenthaler Platz | Berlin, Germany
As you might expect, this photo from Rosenthaler Platz in Berlin is a mix of planning and luck While the scene in itself is pretty
Slums in Berlin | Germany
You expect a lot of things when visiting abandoned buildings in Berlin. Used needles, broken glass, old destroyed equipment and maybe you run into a
World Clock | Berlin, Germany
The World Time Clock on Alexanderplatz in Berlin is for me one of the most beautiful remains of the former GDR. It symbolizes how close the places on the world are. And if you take a long enough exposure, you get a feeling that it’s possible to travel a bit through time and space.
Thunderstorm at Alexanderplatz | Berlin, Germany
Taking pictures of a thunderstorm has its own charm. Especially while standing on a balcony on the 19th floor, enjoying one of the best views over the Berlin skyline. It was more of a coincidence than planned. When the rain became a thunderstorm, I thought for a second if I really want to stand up here on the balcony and keep shooting. But somehow my brain could not convince my heart to go back inside.
Alles Neu | Berlin, Germany
As you may have heard, Berlin is an eternal construction site. Even better when something is finally declared open as it was with the new metro station Brandenburger Tor. Up to this point, there are only 3 stations of the new metro line U55 opened. As for the design of the new stations I was very positively surprised and am curious of the other stations that should be finished within the next ten years.
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