Category Archives: Berlin

>Binary Systems

>For a few days, after visiting the Berlin Wall, the Holocaust Memorial and the Sashenhausen concentration camp, I noticed the composition of my images had changed. I was dividing my photographs in half. Perhaps it was a subconscious influence of … Continue reading

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>Exploring Berlin

>Today we began to explore a little of Berlin with Beate and Ellen. We began with a quick view of Germany’s “white house” where the President lives and not the chancellor. Then we hopped on a tourist boat and cruised … Continue reading

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>Koelbl and Blue Man

>Interesting day today. First we saw a photography exhibit by Herlinde Koelbl. She had a huge exhibit that must have taken a lifetime. Photos were grouped by categorz. For example, there was one section with just portraits of children, another … Continue reading

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>Fireworks Celebrating Our Arrival? Nein!

>This is the Pyronale, the 4th Pyronale World Fireworks Championship which takes place in the Olympic Stadium. Fridaz night included displays from Turkey, Singapore and Austria. We saw Saturday night, in the cold and wet, displays from Poland, South Africa … Continue reading

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>Another Journey

> David and I wait at BWI Airport for our 9 p.m. flight to London where, 12 hours later we will transfer and take a flight to Berlin. We don’t look forward to the cramped all night travel but we … Continue reading

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