It’s obvious that I like art exhibitions and even more obvious that I like photography, so when I was faced with the option of napping after my flight or attending a new photographic exhibition there really was no debate. Photography it was. And that is how, on my first afternoon in Berlin, I found myself …
Saturday morning portraits of N in Berlin…
Below are a series of pictures at the Berlin wall, Osten looking Westen.
And yet another picture post from my Berlin adventures; this one is filled with street photography from Friday.
We stumbled upon a park filled with crows on Friday evening. After making various Hitchcock references N decided to make a video of what we were seeing. More specifically, she chose to make a video while running through the field of crows.
Saturday was our girls’ night out in Berlin so Micky, Nadia and I went to The Box on the Beach for a bubble party. Free entry and a night filled with whisky, vodka, booze, cigarettes, boys and dancing. At one point we even got free shots from the bartenders and later infiltrated the VIP section.
Throughout my time in Berlin I saw many amazing things from adverts to architecture, people and style, to street signs and anything in between. As a gal who loves her camera(s), I took (obviously) many photographs of everything that I found intriguing, enticing and exciting.
Patrick would call my 6.40am flight a “red-eye flight”, checking in around 5.30am and leaving for Gatwick airport around 3am to make the most of the night busses. But I did notice something magical about this journey: the lack of people in otherwise crowded areas. Daily I struggle to get through Victoria station on my …
Like many people, I absolutely love the Starbucks holiday blends, and get excited about the annual return of the red cups accordingly.
Here it is: another post about what I think is beautiful at museums! And in case you’re joining this blog for the first time: no, I’m not talking about the art.