as time goes by – an old moastery wall with ivy moving back in
from art nouveau to streamline, and from black/white to colour: Hammerbrook is one of the s-train stations in Hamburg.
a wall moment from Prague: this is in the old city of Prague, in Kaprova Street, not far from the Vltava river: an art nouveau wall decoration. there’s another photo from Prague in this blog, taken just a bit further, but at a different time of day: Prague sunset
yesterday’s walking-the-streets-of-Paris photo with its different perspective now lead to the next photo theme: wall moments. the one above is from Stuttgart – i was on the way to watch a film when i saw those 5 words on the wall, and the play of shadow and sun that highlighted them. translated, they say: blink […]
another walk image, but a different perspective: this is from Paris, walking towards Sacre Coeur, past this sprayed-on-graffiti: one day in creativity. this is my contribution to this week’s photo challenge: “Create” – which already created a beautiful and creative stream of blog entries, all up here: All those Ways to Create
from narrow city streets to open skies – this could be anywhere, but it is from Germany in August
from the open forest at home to a maze of narrow streets: this is in Stockholm.
the photos in this blog are mostly from previous trips and journeys, or from previous years at least – this is an exception, it’s from this morning, taken while following the trail that leads into a nearby forest. this is just some minutes from the snow trail i posted earlier this month, you can see […]
from walking the old city of Modena to walking a new neon passage in Essen: this is the new “light” passage that leads to the u-trains in Essen, the city that was the European city of culture in 2010. here’s a bit more from the trip: Ruhr Metropolis
from bridge to mountains to old street: the next walk leads right into the centre of an Italian city: this is in Modena.