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TRIGGER-HAPPY IN KREUZBERG: TRUE COLOURS

Winter is hard: it is cold, it is long and it seems to suck the light and the colours out of everything it casts its icy eye on.

Here´s a little reminder that Kreuzberg´s colour scale goes far beyond the melancholic fifty shades of grey.

Marheineke Market Hall at Marheinekeplatz

Marheineke Market Hall at Marheinekeplatz corner Bergmannstrasse

Blücherstrasse

Blücherstrasse

In our courtyard

In our courtyard

At Fraenkelufer

At Fraenkelufer

Süper Shop at Planufer

Süper Shop at Planufer

Advertising posing as street-art in Möckernstrasse

Advertising posing as street-art in Möckernstrasse

The pavement in Dieffenbachstrasse

The pavement in Dieffenbachstrasse

A school climbing wall in Alexandrinnenstrasse

A school climbing wall in Alexandrinnenstrasse

Cemetary wall in Zossener Strasse

Cemetary wall in Zossener Strasse

In Gleisdreieckpark

In Gleisdreieckpark

 

2 comments on “TRIGGER-HAPPY IN KREUZBERG: TRUE COLOURS

  1. berlioz1935
    February 12, 2013

    It seems you are dreaming of summer?

    • notmsparker
      February 12, 2013

      You cannot imagine! I miss it badly. Chiefly because it is so much more pleasant roaming Kreuzberg when it´s warm and your hands do not threaten to be frost-bitten and fall off every time you get the camera out. But also because it is time the cold and the grey got moving.

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