My Berlin (Photos)

I first visited Berlin in 2003 and immediately fell in love with the city. It has been ugly, past and present, but it still has a special magic, energy and beauty because it is so full of very many different things, and has so very many different people. Sure, I could post photos of the popular places you may have seen already. These are some of the “ordinary” places that are extraordinary of themselves.

All photos were taken by me 2011-2012.

Görlitzer Park by Red Haircrow

Görlitzer Park by Red Haircrow

Das Edelweiss by Red Haircrow

Das Edelweiss by Red Haircrow

Waiting on the Signal by Red Haircrow

Waiting on the Signal by Red Haircrow

Beneath the Tracks by Red Haircrow

Beneath the Tracks by Red Haircrow

Potsdamer Strasse by Red Haircrow

Potsdamer Strasse by Red Haircrow

Daisy Bicycle by Red Haircrow

Daisy Bicycle by Red Haircrow

Glowing by Red Haircrow

Glowing by Red Haircrow

15 September in Wedding by Red Haircrow

15 September in Wedding by Red Haircrow

Hackescher Höfe by Red Haircrow

Hackescher Höfe by Red Haircrow

Nearby Knaackstrasse by Red Haircrow

Nearby Knaackstrasse by Red Haircrow

I know some do it anyway, but if you are going to use my photos other places, please link back to me and acknowledge them as being by me. Thanks. Other of my photo entries in Germany:

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