The consequence of irrationality /1

Germany, Berlin, January 2, 2017


Rows of sorrow

Germany, Berlin, January 2, 2017

British war graves from the First World War (1914-1918) in Berlin.

Some weeks ago I was interviewed for the curated photo site 1X. If you are interested, here is the link: https://1x.com/blog/permalink/8034


An isolated moment

Belgium, Antwerpen, January 22, 2017


The box

Belgium, Antwerp, January 22, 2017


The finger

Belgium, Antwerp, January 22, 2017


At the exhibition

Belgium, Antwerp, January 26, 2017
Photomuseum Antwerp


Abstract in the kathedral

Belgium, Antwerp, January 20, 2017


The chair

Belgium, Antwerp, January 22, 2017


The girls

Belgium, Antwerp, January 22, 2017


Free, indoor bicycle storage, CCTV

Belgium, Antwerp, January 22, 2017


A long road

Berlin, January 2, 2017


Missed the train

Missed the train, make a bargain
Bahn verpasst, Schäppchen gemacht
I read it like make a snapshot when you've missed your train

Germany, Berlin, January 5, 2017



Germany, Berlin, Januari 4, 2017


Street view

Germany, Berlin, December 29, 2016


Fading traces on a screen

Germany, Berlin, October 23, 2014


The chair

Germany, Berlin, December 16, 2016


Protective fences

Germany, Berlin-Stahndorf, January 2, 2017


Road sign

Germany, Berlin, December 14, 2016


Funny things and reflections

Germany, Belin, Januari 6, 2017

Today I explored the surroundings of the famous Kurfürstendamm, with all its amazing late 19th and early 20th century buildings, alternated with some modern buildings. Not easy to photograph, so I did it in an indirect way by reflections. As everywhere, there are also those funny little street scenes.


Frost, facades and windows

Germany, Berlin, Januari 5, 2017

Today it was very cold and the roads and pavements were slippery, but there was a lovely sun. I first went to see the Shell House and then just walked at random. Funny thing is, that you walk in circles.


A hailstorm, hedges and fences

Germany, Berlin, Januari 4, 2017

Today I went to another Siedlung in the relative neighbourhood of Wannsee - only 15 minutes by city train. This Siedlung, called Eichkamp was build in the 1920's and 30's. Follow this link for more information - the German text is followed by an English translation.
After my walk through the Siedlung I went to the southern part of the Berlin Fair. It is a pity that the grounds are completely fenced of. So when there is no fair, you can't walk around on the premisses. I also went to the Olympic stadion - this time to the back side with the huge clock tower and the hippodrome. There I was surprised by a violent hailstorm.


New nature within the city

Germany, Berlin, Januari 3, 2017

Today I went to Steinstücken, just south of Wannsee, on the border of Berlin and Potsdam. When Berlin and Germany were still divided, Steinstücken was a western enclave in East-Germany. Around it was the Wall with its no man's land, which in a way still exists. After being no man's land, it became a barren strip where nature took over and thus a new forrest grew on it without any interference of mankind.