This restaurant is right around the corner. Even though I don’t really eat fish, it always looks good from the outside, but I never got a nice shot of it. And then it snowed last week, a perfect opportunity I thought. It’s been a Sunday evening; the place was empty without customers possibly due to the heavy snowfall. Luckily they didn’t turn off the lights too early.
A photo my girlfriend did and I think it’s great. I like how the fence is in line with the horizon and the soft colors of the sunset. It’s taken on the southern end of the Greenwich Promenade in Tegel, Berlin. A place which is only two minutes away from our home.
Ernst & Young in Berlin, place of my internship during my studies. It’s been hard times up there in the eighth floor, but also very good memories. And with a modern building right in the heart of Berlin it always reminds me of that time.
Another photo from my “homevillage”; Tegel in Berlin. Like said already a couple of times, we’re our own small town here in Berlin, not quite as stressful as the center of the city. The church you see was built just before the first World War, but before there have been three other churches on right that place. History of Churches on that place is proven to go back to the Medieval Ages.
The Lustschloss (or: Pleasure Palace) on Peacock Island was built in the late 18th century and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage today. Everything on the Island was built for Friedrich Wilhelm II./III., and it was used as a summer residence. Today you can easily visit the Island, which is a great thing to do when you’re in Berlin. There is a small ferry setting over each half an hour and on the Island there are not too many people. So you can enjoy the nature, find wild running peacocks and wonder about the architecture.