Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Kreuzberg
Spotted in Urbanstrasse in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
Mein Milljöh by Heinrich Zille is one of the most faithful representations of the life in Berlin at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries. Bitter-sweet with a big serving of the typical Berlin black humour its cartoons make you laugh and at the same time choke on the sad truth they depict. Once you get to know Zille´s works you will never feel you have the right to complain about your own way of living again. Not in Berlin, anyway.
Berlin deserves more hepcats
Beobachtungen am Wegesrand • Straßenfotografie • Street Photography
Industrie, Verkehr und Technik - und anderes
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Counseling and Biblical Perspective for the Reformed
all Ya Glass Lovers !
in words, sights and sounds
Jen Muir Illustration
As you start to walk out on the way, the way appears...
there is no "not enough light" there is only "not enough time"
Exploring the Berlin Wall Trail