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.
With that one I got lucky. First of all: A nicely colored sunset. Second, Fishermen for something interesting in the front. Third, the green “Island” on the left (which isn’t an island, the boat was taking it out later back to the sea. Guess it just drifted to the port.). And all that in front of the famous riverside of Gdansk.
That pond you find in Milan in Parco Sempione (“Simplon Park”) behind the Sforza Castle. I always love it when you have a big park in huge and stressful cities, a place where you can relax a bit after a day of sightseeing. You can get better feeling how it is to live in that city, seeing the locals going for a run there.
“To get a good photo from Warsaw, you have to take it from the Palace of Culture – because that’s the only photo where that Palace isn’t on.” I don’t remember who it said or wrote, but I immediately recalled that sentence when I was the first time in Warsaw. Personally, I don’t understand the complaining about the Palace as I like the building. But if you don’t like it, here you go: A photo of Warsaw without the Palace of Culture!
We only had one day in Verona on our Trip through Italy, and unfortunately the day wasn’t the best to take photos. All day it was kind of foggy and the sky was more grey than blue even though it was quiet warm. So in the end I came out without any picture with which I would have been completely satisfied. However, Read more!