Please Hold The Line

  This week Tina asked us to share some of the leading lines we’ve captured for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge! Those of you who’ve been here around for some time, know that I’m a sucker for long views in photography, up to a point where I begin to ask myself if my pics don’t startContinue reading “Please Hold The Line”

Train Stations of Berlin: Hermannplatz

  Here comes the second installment of my new blog series – train stations of Berlin! (Click here for the first one.) Hermannplatz is one of the busiest train stations in Berlin. It serves as an interchange between two service lines (U7 and U8) and was opened in 1926. The station´s architects were Alfred GrenanderContinue reading “Train Stations of Berlin: Hermannplatz”

Heidelberger Platz

  I´m planning a new series for my blog: train stations of Berlin! There are many, as you will see, beautifully restored train stations that look very different from the modern ones, giving us a sense of what it felt like to enter the train over a hundred years ago. Today, I´m showing you photographsContinue reading “Heidelberger Platz”

Amber Light

    “Here we are, trapped in the amber of the moment. There is no why.”  ― Kurt Vonnegut I made this picture when I was changing trains and was immediately caught by the amber light that shone through the station windows. No one else seemed to be as stunned by its beauty as I was,Continue reading “Amber Light”