This entry was posted on 07/29/2013 by stretchingintoinfinity. It was filed under Photography, Travel and was tagged with berlin, Bullet hole, Friedrichstraße, Germany, Memorial, Oranienburger Straße, Padlocks, Palace, Train, Victory Column.
Some very artistic shots in this group.
07/30/2013 at 05:11
Haha – this was my first ever trip (the most recent trip, in fact) with a half-decent camera so I had a bit of a play!
07/30/2013 at 17:17
I like how some of the photos accentuate the red.
07/30/2013 at 17:16
Thanks mate. As above, this was my first trip with a half decent camera so there was a fair bit of play with the shots from that trip.
07/30/2013 at 17:18
Did you go to Potsdam as well, just at the end of the suburban train line. They have the most photogenic palaces and gardens there.
07/30/2013 at 17:21
Ah! No we didn’t, unfortunately! We went to Schloss Charlottenburg instead and enjoyed it somewhat, but nothing like what Potsdam looked like.
07/30/2013 at 17:24
Charlottenburg is amazing though, there is a room upstairs I think all painted white (or is it Lime Green) and full of gold leaf mirrors and paintings. I went there 6 years ago and it is still one of the best rooms I have ever visited.
07/30/2013 at 17:26
That sounds brilliant! Yeah, it’s the downside of travelling like I do – when you go a million miles an hour you miss out on quite a bit!
07/30/2013 at 19:08
Great photos as usual. Thanks.
07/31/2013 at 06:54
Thank you very much – you’re very kind.
08/05/2013 at 18:39
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