I saw the flickering shadows of Love on her blind
The Great Tom Jones and Delilah
Too Many Drinks Make a Great Night With The National – Even in The Rain.
Please understand this as reinforcement, Matt.
‚N Afternoon @ Spoonbill and Sugartown Booksellers on Bedford Ave
Ivan Cash alias @shwizle has asked New Yorkers what the last photo on their phone was. The answer: a lot.
“I’m fascinated by all of these human stories that are inherently non-curated and unfiltered,” Cash told the „Atlantic“. He has asked the same in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
So. Whats the last photo on your phone?
A Hummingbird Bakery Blueberry Cake I made for my friend. I sent the photo to my sister – because she is the queen of cupcakes.
The tunnel of the roller coaster „Spreeblitz“
This is were the magic was controlled: an old operating desk
The trees and bushes are taking back their territory.
The swan boats are part of an old attraction. Through the years they developed a life of their own.
An old boat, functioning as a bridge.
The old Ferris Wheel turning idly in the wind. You should not take a ride these days – the cars tend to tilt once you go up.
Although it is not exactly a secret spot anymore, the Spreepark
is one of the most magic places in Berlin. It’s mystic, it’s abandoned and it’s most certainly a piece of old Eastern Berlin. You should visit some time soon and bring your camera – because rumour has it that the city-state is looking to get hold of the area and turn it into an appartment block.
For background reads on the story of the amusement park and the family who runs it:
The Story of the Berlin Spreepark (English)
Spreepark in Berlin: Mit Vergnügen ins Desaster
If you are looking to get in you should give this a read:
Once there was a little Prince and his name was George. He had very popular parents who attended to charity-polo-games and fancy dinners. But when they left they used to leave on a little light that would scare away the ghosts of his ancestors. But not the paparazzi.
Kensington Palace, home to two successors to the throne.
This is the front of Café Diana on Wellington Terrace. It’s the first thing you see when leaving Kensington Palace Gardens – the road leading to the home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. And apparently they are pretty fond of their highborn neighbours.