Today’s Postcards of Berlin have been taken in and around one courtyard just off of Kastanienalle, Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin. This area was notorious for alternative culture in East Germany and some of this spirit still lives on somehow. Next time, a bit more variety, pinky swear.
There are a few unknown artists in here, so if you recognize a piece, let me know! Ta.
18 thoughts on “Postcards from Berlin #10”
Thank you heaps! You always seem to like those, I swear, I won’t tell the cat.
These are amazing!
Fantastic. Thanks for sharing. Only went to Berlin once. Nearly ten years ago. Street art was not yet that developed. Or maybe I wasn’t paying attention.
Need to go back I guess.
You sure have been around, when I see your blog it is rather humbling. Berlin is certainly worth the trip. I bet, you won’t recognize half of it (you probably take better photos, too)
Humbling? Well, it’s just luck mostly. 🙂
Now I understand Berlin has changed a lot in the last few years. I’ll think about it. And photos? I only use an I-phone. Can’t be bothered with the classical heavy-duty camera and lenses. Gave that up a long time ago. I do use photoshop for editing though. Saves me time when I see a “shot” to take.