The Turning Torso in Malmø on a cloudy but nice day in April. The Turning Torso is an internationally well known landmark of Malmø – and it is the tallest / highest building in Scandinavia. And it is probably the most photographed building of Malmø.
I took this photo on a trip to the country side. At my parents’ place there is this old and small but functional astronomical telescope. Since it was the weekend before the supermoon / full moon of November 14th, we decided to take a closer look at the moon. Impressive it was. I then also managed to take a few snapshots with my iPhone. So the quality of the full moon photos may not be very good, but still – I like them a lot.
Autumn in Berlin
This photo may look as if it was taken from inside the actual tunnel – but of corse it’s not. Instead it is taken from the platform of S-Bahn station Nordbahnhof. But still i think it looks quite underground – and maybe a bit spooky.
After a couple of sunny days the clouds came back to town. And when the sun and the clouds meet, they are sometines doing their beautiful thing… You get the feeling that the skies are changing constantly – you can literally see how the weather conditions are changing.
The photo was taken with an iPhone SE – no filters, no editing.
Over the weekend I visited my hometown to celebrate a school’s-out anniversary. The venue was located at a farm – and in one of the old farm buildings there was a football themed altar type of decoration. In the art world you would call such a hanging probabla Petersburg Hanging or a salon Style Hanging. Here it’s basically ‘just’ a wall decoration at a party location somewhere in the middle of nowhere – a.k.a. Wendand: a Wales flag, Werder Bremen and Flensburg tricot, batches, signs, posters, stickers, things, etc.
A small writing on the wall saying “Kultur” – the German word for Culture – found at the S-Bahn station Humboldthain in Berlin’s borough Wedding. Mankind has always defined itself mostly through art – through culture: language, stories, texts, paintings, drawings, music etc. Some of the oldest proof of mankind are writings and drawings found on walls – for example the murals at the Lascaux Caves.