In Berlin with my phone

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“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.

~ Andy Warhol ~

Guess what? This is going to be the first post ever, and I mean EVER, that I will be publishing without any picture at all. Hmmm, I don’t know – it just does not feel right. I think I will have to see if I can find at least a photo or two. 

The problem being – I was in Berlin basically without my trusty iPhone.

Why, because David’s (Windows) phone had issues, it just would not connect to a carrier. Which is even stranger, because when on Bonaire earlier this year, it worked just fine. Anyways, since I didn’t want him to be without a phone, I.parted.with.mine. And had to make do with my work BlackBerry.

Of course, being the way I am, I just had to take photos when opportunity struck. So, now I am presenting you photos taken with my Z30 BlackBerry. These were taken on evening when a colleague took me to the Hackescher Markt in the middle of Berlin and we had a nice evening dining out and outside under a ‘tent’ at the market square. After having a little walk around, which included a view of the Museum’s Island.

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7 thoughts on “In Berlin with my phone”

  1. I didn’t even know that they were still making Blackberries 🙂 Seems to work well and your photos are lovely. Like you, I would have given my phone up as well … I guess we must be givers (as opposed to takers). Nice post and hope your Berlin trip is full of inspirations and fun.

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  2. Wow. Berlin. I wanted very badly to see that City when I lived in Germany. Nice pictures! That spire looks like it was built in the 1950s and has that mid century atomic design look!

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  3. That’s real love! 😉 Giving your iPhone to David. Welcome back to Germany! Hope you have had a good time in Berlin! I always enjoyed staying in Berlin where one of my best friends from school lives.

    Best wishes,
    Michael

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  4. And you still give us amazing shots!!! You’re a true artist my friend. I hope you have been enjoying your trip. The architecture of that one building is beautiful.
    Sorry I missed out this weekend… I’ve had company visiting. And soooo many projects to do before the kids are home for summer vacation. None of them are “Art.” Or fun. ha.

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  5. I love travel photos anytime, especially if they show me the architecture. I use a Blackberry, too, and i am happy with the camera. Your photos look lovely. I would not understand the difference with the iphone camera if you had not told. Have a nice trip in Berlin 🙂

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