We hiked around Großer and Kleiner Tornowsee and along Stobber creek next to Buckow last Sunday. The area is one of my favorite hiking areas around Berlin. The forest is wild and natural and there are really a lot of mushrooms this year. A wonderful autumn light accompanied us.
We hiked along river Löcknitz next to Erkner which is a great pleasure because the path is a small jungle-like bridge between the river and a lake.
Is anybody in Berlin taking care of of urban planning at all? And if yes, why all this ugliness? And why does something cool happen every time there is abandoned building? And if yes: Why not build abandoned buildings?
Short glimpses into the history of Buchenwald Concentration Camp: Making money with slavery, the history of the gate, kids with weapons, the double life of the nazis, the uptight research for a prove of the jewish race, Buchenwald memorial today
Three towns of the same region in Thuringia, which have their similarities but also great differences. Mostly described in pictures.
The disappointing exposition of the new Bauhaus Museum in Weimar which led to an obsession in me to find better concepts and to explain a little bit of what wasn’t explained there.
Haus am Horn—an experimental building for an exposition in 1923—is the only buildt Bauhaus architecture in Weimar.
My man got a wildlife camera for his birthday from his parents and now he is complaining that this is much more a present for me than for him 🙂 (In reality he is quite happy, that I deal with the crappy 90s interface of the thing).
The Eiermannbau in Apolda is a formidable example of the lightness of modern architecture and an icon of industry culture.
Sun and rain in the forest