Photographing Graffiti: trying to turn pictures into pictures. The walls of Blankenese Lighthouse (Hamburg) were covered with layers of graffiti (‘gone over’). Framing parts of them into new pictures seemed to make sense … trying to bring to light whatever meaning the details might contain. [Jen, thanks for the Weekly Photo Challenge.]
Looking up in Düsseldorf (Germany) for the Weekly Photo Challenge.
…we all scream for: sunshine! So far the German summer must have been close to a polar bear’s dream of summer. But when I finally had everything in place for this contribution to Paleica’s Magic Mottos, the skies were actually quite blue. So here we are with Sommer, Sonne, Sonnenschein.
My contribution for the Weekly Photo Challenge…
My entry for Thursday’s Special: Mirroring at Lost in Translation by Paula.
I’m carryin‘ most of the time and on some occasions I just have to draw. Walking past a construction site is one those occasions. Wrapped buildings, torn floors and the incidental pile of rubble quite fascinate me. That’s maybe because you not see these things every day, or because you know they will disappear as suddenly as they appeared… Fleeting architecture, built to not last, a concept somewhat contradictory to what you usually learn about buildings. | A contribution for Paleica’s Magic Mottos.