Archive of ‘Photography’ category

Berlin #3: Mitte

“Paris is always Paris and Berlin is never Berlin!” Welcome to a new Berlin-article! Today, not a restaurant presentation or a sweets fair but an area of Berlin that is a must-visit for anyone who comes by this city. The area between Alexanderplatz and Hackescher Markt is well-known for being both overcrowded on weekends but […]

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YSL Beauté – Gold

Nature’s first green is gold,Her hardest hue to hold.Her early leaf’s a flower;But only so an hour.Then leaf subsides to leafSo Eden sank to grief,So dawn goes down to day.Nothing gold can stay. Robert Frost, 1923 Gold. The metal and its colour have always fascinated me but it was only in the past couple of […]

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Berlin #2: Naschmarkt

Flowers and candy are a girl’s best friend… Last Sunday, we visited the Berlin Naschmarkt at Markthalle IX near Görlitzer Bahnhof in Berlin Kreuzberg. This easter edition was already the second time I paid this slightly different from the norm market place a visit and just like last time, it was quite an event. I’m […]

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Berlin #1: East London

Today I want to show you one of my very favourite places of my Kreuzberg neigbourhood: A small British café and restaurant called East London. It’s a cozy little place with iconic brick walls, old photographs and a wonderful, hand-built white tiled bar. While the menu includes all kinds of very affordable English specialties such […]

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I love…?

Some people love this day called Valentine’s Day and some really loathe it. Of course, we could all just as mutually celebrate the day of the pancake, but as it is, Valentine’s Day is just a little more popular (I don’t know why exactly, because pancakes are brilliant) so I’ll take today as a means […]

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10 Songs About Winter

Well, my unconditional love for classic rock and any kind of independent guitar music has been made clear for many editions of the “10 Songs”-Category over the past couple of months. This time, the topic is Winter and first and foremost those post- or non-holiday winter songs that have nothing, not in the merest, to […]

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