Berlin – Germany


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25 thoughts on “Berlin – Germany

  1. I love seeing Berlin through your eyes and how you captured the details on the buildings.You guys have fun and talk to you soon….Barb

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  2. I only got to see such a small part of Berlin when I was there. Much of “the wall” was still up but the guards were gone. It was in about 1990. I would love to go back. These are great photos.

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  3. I like to look at the pictures of places that I've never been and dream. God willing, Someday I will go there. I like these pictures.

    Yep I was up way too late last night. 🙂

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  4. Great images. You are reminding me that Berlin is an overdue destination for one of our next trips.

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  5. C&L – I see you are doing a tribute to M. Tennin with the 1st photo, too. Serendipity.
    the photos are marvellous, I like the diversity of views and the rich colors. Thanks for the splendid tour.

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  6. It's wonderful to see places I know so well from different perspective! It always amazes me how differently we look at places and things – I posted photos from Berlin many times, but deffinitely my Berlin is different than yours, which it's great. Thanks Dear Frieds for this series:)
    Hugs
    By the way, today is ABOVE O!!!!! (not much +3, but still…..)

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  7. So much memories! Berlin is one of my favorite cities in Europe.The city Hall, the cathedral, the river Spree, Que de bons souvenirs..
    Thank you! Hugs!

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  8. Thanks again for posting such interesting photos of a place to which I've never been. And your views are unique, of course, which makes them special.

    May your weekend be chock full of good things!

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  9. Wonderful shots from Berlin. I regret not seeing more of Germany the only time I was there. I spent a few days in Ulm, Germany where my daughter was doing a student exchange and a day in Frankfurt. But the main point of the trip was to meet my daughter and for the two of us to take a train to France. I did enjoy the countryside from the train but didn't make it to Munich or Berlin both of which I'd like to. I love the way your photographs take me along on your travels.

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  10. You are for sure able to take amazing photography. Being originally from Hamburg, Germany which is only about three hours from Berlin, this small escape was more than appreciated.
    Please have a wonderful Friday. And yes, the angles are incredible for sure.

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