Something like summer
14 Sep 2014

Something like summer

Summer comes and summer goes in the blink of an eye. Below’s a little photographic evidence that it did,
in fact, happen (this photopost comes at least partly to confirm this to myself).

Having left with a neat little parting wave of its sombrero, its afterglow still lingers with me in the fog descending on Berlin,  largely thanks to the shiny freelance working visa now at home in my passport.

Bis nächste mal. Hallo Herbst.

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Bright lights of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Camping in the shadow of the Prora Colossus

Camping in the shadow of the Prora Colossus

The Baltic Sea. Nothing like the feeling of sand between you toes, wind in your hair and jellyfish carressing your legs.

The Baltic Sea. Nothing like the feeling of sand between your toes, wind in your hair and jellyfish carressing your legs.

Rügen traffic

Rügen traffic

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Playing with fire

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Sternfahrt: Bahn without Autos, Berlin

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Bearpit Karaoke, Mauerpark, Berlin

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Man on stump. Liepnitzsee, Brandenburg,

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Ratusz (town hall), Poznan, Poland.

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Young and old: Stary Rynek (Old market square), Poznan.

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Playing with power

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Following paths in Poznan

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The highlight of waiting for something interesting to happen on the clock/facade of a European town hall: Tourists.

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Collisions of architectural styles and trams.

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Honouring the Enigma code breakers

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House of light, Kap Arkona, Rügen

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Big Wheel mining machine at Melt! Festival, Ferropolis.

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Gremminersee, Ferropolis.

Summer's end, Berlin Festival

Summer’s end, Berlin Festival

 

 

About the Author:Joe Dodgshun

Berlin-based Kiwi writer in innovation communication. Inspired by social enterprise, science and tech for good, responsible travel and climate action. Sharing the inspiration through journalism and brand storytelling.

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