I like spending time in parks in various cities throughout the world. This one in Berlin was particularly pleasant, though I can’t remember its the name no matter how hard I try..
Reichstag building in Berlin Tiergarten
I shot this during a multicultural festival in Berlin. This was before the actual parade and performances. These guys were probably just rehearsing their parts, but it doesn’t make it any less interesting to look at.
As you see I’ve changed a few things on the site in the past week. If you found Curious Lines looking all weird at some point or if something wasn’t working that was me messing with it. Apart from its looks I’ve changed a few structural things and that threw my “like” count away. So feel free to share and “like” away 😉
This picture, as the title suggests, was taken in Berlin. I’ve already posted a few pictures of saxophonists from Belgium and Vancouver but this one is my most favourite out of the three:)
I was walking around in Berlin with my friend when we took a wrong turn and found ourselves in a very cool yard full of artists, each showcasing his unique creations. This is one of the things that caught my eye. Very original use of scrap metal.
Berlin has got to be one of my favourite cities in Europe. City full of culture and awesome people as well as little cafes and other hangout spots where it’s easy to loose track of time. If you think that all German people are overly organized and serious people you should run towards the German capital. It’ll change your mind.
I visited Berlin during the Carnival of Cultures. Berlin is awesome as it is and any festival makes this city that much more interesting. During this particular festival residents of the city who come from all over the world came out parading through the streets wearing their national costumes, playing their music, dancing and just having a great time. This lady was one of the participants wearing very colorful dresses:)