Umgefallene Dinosaurier Figuren, ein Riesendrad, dass sich auch ohne Strom weiter dreht und alte verlassende Imbisbuden: Ich war gestern einem stillgelegten Vergnügungspark in Berlin. Ich spreche vom Spreepark im Plänterwald. Einige werden diesen Vergnügungspark noch in Action kennen, andere kennen vielleicht nur die verlassene Version. Ich war kurz vor Schließung des Spreeparks dort und konnte die Fahrgeschäfte selbst erleben und fahren. Im Jahr 2001 wurde der Spreepark geschlossen.
Seitdem sind die Fahrgeschäfte auf sich allein gestellt und der Witterung ausgeliefert. Daher war es für mich sehr interessant diese Motive einzufangen. Gestern war ich auf einer Fototour mit go2know auf diesem Gelände. Zufällig hatte ich von go2know erfahren, die dort für einen „Eintrittspreis“ legalen Zugang zum Gelände gewähren.
The Britzer Garten, a large park in the south of Berlin. I was there a couple of weeks ago and it was special because they had all kinds of tulips. I think I made a lot of photos and choose around 50 to publish. So here’s the first part of my photos from that day in Britzer Garten.
Now that I live here it’s easier for me to go to some of the events in Berlin. Today I was at the Carneval of Cultures. It’s a street festival with a parade and artists and a market and it’s very colurful.
I usually don’t take photos from these kind of events because I think my camera is not the best for this. It’s to slow most of the time, but I gave it a shot anyway and here are some impressions from this event.
A couple of days ago, I escorted my dad to a day trip to Zingst on the Baltic Sea. He didn’t want to drive all alone and I had some time anyway. So I took my camera and even if I didn’t had much time for photos because we had to drive home on the same day I think I found some nice things to photograph.
I would love to go to New York City again, but I can’t right now for some reasons.
I took a lot of photos on my last trip in 2011 and now I just picked one folder to look for some photos I could post.
Btw for the night photos I took my tripod on this vacation and it was worth every kilogramm. 😉
This winter was way to long. At the beginning I really liked the snow but for the last 2 months I had enough. It was really time for some snow free and sunny days.
And finally finally it’s time for spring. We had three days of some degree above 0 and that’s enough for some spring flowers.
2 weeks ago I went on a very short vacation to the Baltic Sea with two of my friends. We arrived on Friday evening. My sleeping habit made me wake up early enough to go to the beach for sunrise on Saturday. My friends and I met a nice lady who told us about an old white lighthouse not far away in Poland. It was very cold this day but we had sun and so we decided to make a trip to that lighthouse. After that we went to the pier in Heringsdorf for a hot coffee and some nice piece of cake.
On Sunday the weather was very different. Over night a storm with snow came in and we just went to the beach for a short time. It was freezing and stormy and most of my photos have wet drops on it. But one or two are not bad, I think.
I didn’t forget to post my last part of my photo tour from 3 weeks ago … or was it 4 weeks? For two days we have the sun out and some degrees above zero, it feeld like a life time ago.
Anyway here’s the final part of my winter photos from that weekend.