die mauer by pistache

die mauer

on the left you can see the longest section of the outer berlin wall which is still standing. on the right they've built a museum which informs in great detail about the grim times of the lead-up to the second world war, and the years of the war itself. probably best on black
Great leading lines and composition. Fav!! 😀
May 10th, 2019  
Oh I would love to see this. Wonderful image!
May 10th, 2019  
Lovely processing, such a strong image
May 10th, 2019  
Composed so well! Love the leading lines and texture. Perfect in b&w. Would like to see in person some day.
May 10th, 2019  
A wonderful capture, great leading lines and processing.
May 10th, 2019  
superb composition and processing
May 10th, 2019  
fantastic image, it must be amazing to walk along this path!
May 10th, 2019  
We lived in Berlin for four years when he wall was still dividing this amazing city! Nice to see your recent pictures, bring back memories.
May 10th, 2019  
A wonderful texture shot as well as an historic one!
May 10th, 2019  
Perfect processing for this storytelling image
May 11th, 2019  
beautiful lines. the processing lends itself to the story of the wall.
May 11th, 2019  
Great choice for B&W.
May 11th, 2019  
Great in b&w
May 11th, 2019  
Love this in black and white
May 11th, 2019  
Great shot
May 11th, 2019  
Great B&W shot - love the processing
May 12th, 2019  
Great lines and shot...Fav
May 12th, 2019  
My mother was working as a civil servant in Berlin during the airlift. She had some stories to tell.
Great converging lines here.
May 12th, 2019  
@carole_sandford @helenhall those must have been interesting times for you, carole, and for your mother, helen. many thanks for your comments :)
May 15th, 2019  
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