Writing on the Wall: Kultur

Writing on the Wall: Kultur

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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.

Clouds like Waves

Clouds like Waves

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Berlin Summer: blue skies in Oderberger Strasse

Berlin Summer: blue skies in Oderberger Strasse

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After the rain

After the rain

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Berlin City West – Hardenbergstrasse view to Gedächtniskirche

Berlin City West – Hardenbergstrasse view to Gedächtniskirche

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View to Gedächtniskirche on a rainy day.

Zions­kirche Church in Mitte

Zions­kirche Church in Mitte

Around sunset – view from Kastanienallee / Zionskirchstrasse to the church Zions­kirche in Mitte. The silhouette looks great against the yellow, orange and blue skies – the sunset almost looks as if the skies were on fire.

Red Construction Crane, Blue Skies – and a Plane

Red Construction Crane, Blue Skies – and a Plane

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Berlin weather got quite nice in the last couple of days: blue skies, only very few clouds.

This red construction crane is currently situated in Oderberger STrasse in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg. If you look closer, you may see a plane passing by…

Reflections on Panke

Reflections on Panke

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The river Panke is probably one of the most under rated Berlin sights – but it has its beauty. In this photo for example the Panke is nicely reflecting the blue skies – and a chimney. I like it.

colorful paper shreds

colorful paper shreds

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French Cathedral / Französischer Dom

French Cathedral / Französischer Dom

A HDR image of the French Cathedral at Gendarmenmarkt as seen from its backside on a sunny day.

In German the French Cathedral is called Französischer Dom – the term is German for “French Cathedral”, but in this case (as also in the case of the Berlin Dome and the German Dome) the term refers to the French word for English “dome” and not to a cathedral. Neither church on Gendarmenmarkt was ever the church of a bishop.

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