Monday, 26 September 2016
BerKlin - Putting the K into Berlin
Part of the old Berlin water tower. Wasserturm.
Water reservoir built in 1877
Following behind my son, his partner and daughter as we walk down a strasse in Prentzlauer Berg. Above, the familiar sight of Berlin balconies.
Just had to include the photo my husband sent me of flowers in our garden back in Dunedin, New Zealand ... Where it is Springing.
Two kiwis in a shop window ... I wonder why they are there?
And a blue sheep? I wonder if it's homesick?
Saturday was market day. What a fantastic market, with everything you need for the week ahead.
There is no room for reticence in Berlin.
If I lived here permanently, I would buy a bike and learn the Berlin strut.
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