Since I’ve already written about Berlin today I decided to post a few photos of me around the same city that were taken by my friends. But, of course, processed by me (the 4th one is SOOC). There aren’t many photos of me but, anyone reading this and being a photographer himself will agree that photographers (especially on trips) don’t have much self portraits or just portraits of themselves. Nevertheless, I think my friends did a very, very good job. Thank you, friends!
The first photo was taken inside of a Jewish The Shoa (Holocaust) memorial. The place is consisted of more than a thousand of stone blocks and the purpose of it is the gloomy atmosphere in which the person should experience confusion and the feeling of being lost. Now, we didn’t have that feeling (at least in my opinion) because the sun was shining so we pretty much knew where we were because, you know, follow the light. But, I think if it were a cloudy, rainy day the feeling of being lost would be literal. Now, the second photo was taken by the river Spree that flows through Berlin and in front of the DDR Museum which was the best museum ever. I recommend anyone visiting Berlin in the future to go to the DDR Museum. It is so interactive and fun! Literally. The third photo was taken (as you can see) along the remains of the Berlin Wall that can be seen over the entire area. This one was taken at the spot of Topography of Terror museum where Gestapo and SS headquarters used to be. Fourth image will always remind of the careless standing in line mixed with the emotions of anticipation to get into the Ferris Wheel at the Christmas Fair. The moment the wheel started to turn I realized I could be scared of heights. The next 10, 15 minutes (that seemed like hours) were the worst minutes and feelings I have encountered lately. I just wanted for the wheel to stop turning and for them to let me out. I couldn’t even enjoy the beautiful panorama view from up many meters of height. But look at me on the picture, so brave! Haha! Anyways, Christmas Market was A-mazing and definitely worth seeing. Oh, and here is the mug from the Christmas fair out of which I drank my hot chocolate. And that was taken by me. Hehe. Good night, beauties.