[Summer in the city or view into a Berlin "Hinterhof" - I think it is looking a tad Expressionistic...]
The first month of taking a picture every day is over. It's indeed really challenging to get a picture (that satisfies me at least a bit) every day. There are days when I just walk and see and click and it's almost going by itself and I love almost every bit of it. Then there are those days when nothing really works and almost every picture sucks. But for me that's also part of this project - learning to accept this and work with it, or against it.
I've chosen some of the pictures I liked best from my July to show you here.
You can also follow this "journey" on my Flickr [click] or via my Facebook [click].
[it rained so heavily sometimes and was so warm that Berlin felt almost tropical]
[a pop-up summer picnic with lampions and light-juggler]
[view from the Siegessäule over the Fanmeile two hours before the World Cup Finals]
[PS: I see faces - do you?]
[meditative spinning wheel]
[a window somewhere in Berlin Schöneberg - now I know what became of E.T.]
[a lazy Sunday evening at a beer garden]
[no words needed, just to cute, these old VW busses...]
[by the way, I see faces again. It is smiling...]
[for this picture I didn't have to leave the house, just leaning wide out of the window - a favourite :) ]
[just before leaving work - luckily, no colleagues came in ... ;-) ]
[standing in front of my grandparents' house and watching the sun go down over the village - a perfect moment]
[I always look if the globe is still there when I pass this antique shop on my way home ... one day...]
[and rain again - looks like a jungle, not Berlin]
[there's a new series coming...]
[I stood on a bridge at the Berlin autobahn and captured my first lightning.]