The Vivitar Panorama camera is a 35mm film camera with a panoramic mode for capturing wide-angle images. It is a simple point-and-shoot camera with basic controls, making it easy for beginner photographers to use.
On the first weekend of September 2013, I decided to do what I had been planning for a few months. Most people who heard me talking about it considered this idea foolish, but I had to try it. And that weekend will always be on my mind as the weekend I walked to Poland from Berlin.Read More »My Weekend Walking from Berlin to Poland
The SS Brotfabrik was part of Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, and from 1941 until 1991, it worked as a full-time bakery. And, today, you can visit the place, kind of.Read More »Exploring the Abandoned SS Brotfabrik in Oranienburg
The third time that I went to Kaserne Krampnitz was in November 2013 and it was, probably, the last time I gonna go there. I say this because, even though the last time I was there was back in August 2013, the place is not the same. I will tell you the story later, first let me explain to those of you who never heard about Kaserne Krampnitz, what is this place.
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This saturday we decided to see what was happening at the Berlin Street Art Meeting at the Urban Spree. Since we moved to Berlin, we have been more in love with street art and this felt like a great place to see what is happening in the city. And we were right about it.
I decided to spend my last vacation days at the end of August going to places I always thought about going but never manage to go. The most interesting of all those places were visiting Krampnitz.
Read More »Our Visit to Krampnitz in August 2013
Just before the end of the year, I was leaving work and walking toward Alexanderplatz when I saw a significant face on the wall of a building in ruins. When I realized I was looking at another work by JR in Berlin, I felt compelled to photograph what I saw and put on my Flickr.