Prowling my world, camera in hand

22 January 2006

Week 02: Berlin

Filed under: — Administrator @ 22:45

On the way home from Poland, I stopped for the night in Berlin to visit Martine, a Canadian friend who works at the embassy there. She lives on Potsdamer Platz, in what used to be no man’s land but is now filled with shiny new office buildings, apartments and shops. All the week’s images are from there.

The main image and the first alternate are night views from Potsdamer Platz, one in colour and the other in B&W:

(Canon 1D Mark II, 35mm L Canon, ISO 1600)

The alternates
Potsdamer Platz in B&W:
(Canon 1D Mark II, 35mm L Canon, ISO 1600)

Inside the newly opened Holocaust Memorial:
(Canon 1D Mark II, 35mm L Canon, ISO 800)

Office building viewed from the 10th floor of the Canadian embassy:
(Canon 1D Mark II, 200mm L Canon, ISO 800)

Martine is a keen photographer too. She uses a newly acquired Nikon D200:
(Canon 1D Mark II, 35mm L Canon, ISO 1600)

…which means that for once there is a picture of me as well, with a nice-sized German beer:
(Canon 1D Mark II, 35mm L Canon, ISO 1600)

Here is our waitress at the restaurant:
(Canon 1D Mark II, 35mm L Canon, ISO 1600)

And finally, on the way up to Martine’s apartment, a self-portrait:
(Canon 1D Mark II, 35mm L Canon, ISO 1600)


  1. Very much like the main picture taken at the Sony Center. Good composition and good colour rendition. Had never noticed the blue lines on the inside sidewalk before and I have been there many times. Good eye! Nice website. M.

    Comment by Marty — 28 January 2006 @ 18:54

  2. Love all your shots, did spot a couple of familiar faces … Berlin is such a great place to wander with camera in hand. As usual great photographer’s eye and originality (nice gear too!). L

    Comment by Liz — 30 January 2006 @ 11:22

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