Burzowe niebo nad Frankfurtem nad Menem w Niemczech z głównej wieży.

Wieża główna | Frankfurt nad Menem, Niemcy

The Main Tower in Frankfurt am Main, Germany was opened in January 2000 and with a height of 200 meters, it is the fourth highest building in Germany. In the core of the impressive facade of glass you find the 26 fastest elevators in the country, which transport people and goods with a speed of 25.2 km/h.

Pałac Mosigkau | Dessau, Niemcy

Pałac Mosigkau | Dessau, Niemcy

Mosigkau palace was finished as a rococo mansion in 1757. The paelac and the garden which surrounds it are part of a union of eight manors and gardens along the river Elbe called the Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz. As part of this union, it is part of the UNESCO World Heritage since the year 2000.

Wieża telewizyjna w nocy od Park Inn by Radisson | Berlin, Niemcy

Wieża telewizyjna w nocy od Park Inn by Radisson | Berlin, Niemcy

With its 125 meters (410 feet) of height, this is, indisputably, the tallest building in the city. Park Inn by Radisson Berlin is also the tallest hotel in the country. Moreover it offers one of my favorite views existing in a city in Germany. The Hotel has 37 floors and it’s located in the northeastern part of Alexanderplatz, in the central Mitte district.

Zdjęcie panoramiczne centrum Berlina z naciskiem na wieżę telewizyjną. Widoczne są tu również inne ważne zabytki, takie jak Ratusz i Hotel Park Inn.

W centrum uwagi: wieża telewizyjna w Berlinie od strony ulicy Storkower | Berlin, Niemcy

This picture is among the very few ones that really show unusual perspective on Berlin center. Actually, the trick I used for this image was to intentionally brake all the two-thirds or golden ratio rule of photography, and choose to put the TV Tower of Berlin right in the middle. I did that because I really liked the way it stands out of the entire composition.

Jesienne zdjęcie Berlina i efekt mieszania czasu | Niemcy

Jesienne zdjęcie Berlina i efekt mieszania czasu | Niemcy

First, I photographed the background – I captured the sun just before it went down and at the same time when the clouds were amazingly illuminated from the below. Then, half an hour later, I photographed the foreground, by shooting 7 – 8 images. At the end I used the Time Blend effect to combine images of the Storkower Straße in Berlin, taken at a different time, into a single picture.

Berliner Mauer – Mur berliński | Niemcy

Berliner Mauer – Mur berliński | Niemcy

Have you ever wondered what freedom means? The East Side Gallery in Berlin always gives a great reminder. In our modern day, it has now become a piece of history that allows visitors to walk by, to remain on the East side and within a moment – pass freely on the West side. I guess my generation is very lucky.

Pałac Zwinger | Drezno, Niemcy

Pałac Zwinger | Drezno, Niemcy

This section is a terrace that is part of the Zwinger Palace. The building and the courtyard inside are built in a Baroque style, which was famous for the rich, colorful ornaments and striking shapes. It really is a unique experience to see and has even more exceptional beauty on a sunny day. The name of the palace comes from the German word “Zwinger” which describes the open space between two walls.

Dolina Szwajcarii Saksońskiej z Gamrig | Niemcy

Dolina Szwajcarii Saksońskiej z Gamrig | Niemcy

I really fell in love with Saxon Switzerland and I can’t believe it took me so long to visit it for the first time. The interesting thing is that for most of my life, I only lived just a few hours’ drive from this place. Sure, some areas get really crowded and busy but, you can easily find other areas that are very serene and silent.

Grunewalderturm | Berlin, Niemcy

Grunewalderturm | Berlin, Niemcy

The original name of this tower was “Kaiser-Wilhelm-Turm” (Emperor William Tower) and was built between 1888 – 1889 to mark 100 years after the birth of the German Emperor Wilhelm I. The tower was built in a Gothic Brick Reviewal style, which you can often see around Berlin. The name “Grunewaldturm” was given after the name of the surrounding forest, in the period following the Second World War.