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Berlin Moments: July 27th – August 8th

by Zoë Noble

Berlin Moments is a weekly collection of our favourite photos from our favourite city! Unless otherwise stated, all photos are by Zoë Noble. To be featured, just tag your photos with #uberlinmoments on Twitter and Instagram, and we’ll include our favourites in our weekly roundup.

Sunbathing in Kreuzberg

graffiti toilet street photography

grunewald lake reflection

treptow water fountain people berlin

Berlin Treptow Park River Boats

Spree sunbathing treptow tv tower

Berlin Moments: July 20th – 26th

by Zoë Noble

Berlin Moments is a weekly collection of our favourite photos from our favourite city! Unless otherwise stated, all photos are by Zoë Noble. To be featured, just tag your photos with #uberlinmoments on Twitter and Instagram, and we’ll include our favourites in our weekly roundup.

tempelhof sunset berlin lens flare

kottbusser tor architecture berlin sky clouds

berlin sunset maybachufer canal silhouette

berlin grunewaldsee reflection lake

berlin tempelhof airport silhouette

tv tower black and white photographer berlin tram travel

berlin church sky kreuzberg

Berlin Moments: July 13th – 19th

by Zoë Noble

Berlin Moments is a weekly collection of our favourite photos from our favourite city! Unless otherwise stated, all photos are by Zoë Noble. To be featured, just tag your photos with #uberlinmoments on Twitter and Instagram, and we’ll include our favourites in our weekly roundup.

berlin street photography rain umbrella

berlin street photography birds rain black and white

berlin gif warschauer fernsehturm skyline

berlin grunewald lens flare lake

berlin sunset schlesisches tor

berlin ICC ubahn man walking street photography

berlin summer rain reflection puddle

Photo Walk around Friedrichsfelde, Lichtenberg

by Zoë Noble

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Last week, James left his favourite jacket in a rental car which ended up in Friedrichsfelde, so I used its collection as an excuse to explore a bit of Lichtenberg.

The first thing I noticed when Olive and I stepped off at Friedrichsfelde U-bahn was the architecture. Someone seemed to have gone a bit wild in the paint shop and murals were painted all along Am Tierpark. Maybe this was to try and make the huge concrete blocks a little less oppressive, but I couldn’t find any info about these weird and wacky paintings online. So if anyone knows anything about them, give us a shout!

Heading through Lichtenberg the buildings got a little less lurid and more retro looking, but the sheer scale of the blocks was enough to make me feel a little claustrophobic. I’m so used to the four to five storey blocks we have in our Kiez that it felt weird to see high-rises dotted all over.

Whether Lichtenberg will be the next hub for creative folks pushed out of the more expensive Kreuzberg or Prenzlauer Berg, I’m not so sure. I’m sure it has some decent cafes and restaurants popping up, but not enough to draw me to the area anytime soon. Still, great for a photo walk!

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Photo of the Day – May 22, 2015

by Zoë Noble

Berlin Lichtenberg Ubahn Subway Station

Photo of the day – May 21, 2015

by Zoë Noble

Berlin Lichtenberg Architecture Building

Photo of the Day – May 20, 2015

by Zoë Noble

Spring Flowers Film Analogue