Berlin (Dec 2016):
London (Jan 2017). Two pretty good portraits on this film.
I mentioned in a previous post that I don’t like taking photos with my current (pretty outdated) mobile phone so much anymore, because it doesn’t produce the greatest quality pictures. But I’m sharing a few off the cuff pictures from my recent trip to Berlin anyway. So you can see what I see (saw?).
Word on the street. Translation of notes from left to right (my German friends can correct me):
My inspiration? The stupidity of some people!
The basic mood of some Germans? DISCONTENT?
To be good or bad is a decision.
1. Freedom. 2. Love. 3. Human rights. Life is no fun, when you cannot share it.
I love my life:
I’ve just returned from my 5th (I think?) visit to Berlin over the last few years, and again I have loved spending time in this cool city. It was overcast and raining / misting most of the time, so I wasn’t expecting much from the pictures I took, but I’m pretty damn happy with some of these. Forget photographing momuments, this is the city. Film used: my go to Kodak Gold 400ASA. The featured images is the view from the steps coming out of Eberswalder str U-bahn station in Prenzlauer Berg.
Few shots in Freidrichschain, between Warschauer str and the East Side Gallery / Oberbaum bridge:
En route to Kreuzberg coming from M10 tram going via U8 at Bernhauer str. There’s a Berlin Wall memorial just out of sight to the right of this shot:
A few shots in the city centre (Mitte), with the sun starting to break through the rain:
Blonde on blonde on U2: