Berlin

Last week I never posted a weekly roundup as I was on a plane flying back from Berlin. It was our first holiday abroad with our son, Noah, who is about to turn 15 months so you can imagine what my photos comprise of this week. Berlin was a wonderful city to visit and I would highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't visited.

On our first day in the city, I turned to my wife and said "I could imagine myself living here". That wasn't to say I would pack us all up and head to Berlin but I felt comfortable in most of the city, it's incredibly clean, and the public transport never missed a beat. I was at ease. This feeling of ease is incredible when you look at it's history. When you visit cities on holiday, you are often learning about things that happened hundreds of years ago that you can't really connect with, but a major part of Berlin's history existed and changed in my lifetime. I was 9 years old when the Berlin wall came down and I remember it happening although didn't understand it at all. To finally learn about that and see what it did, but also how the city has recovered in the last 25 years was incredible.

I was happy I managed to shoot a roll of film when we were there and have that to process soon. I can't wait. I also managed to get out a little this week with my large format camera and it's a process I love more as I work with it. Hopefully there will be more to come from that soon.

So here are a few of my favourite images from the last week and a bit, I hope you enjoy.

Autumn colours

Autumn colours

Holocaust Memorial

Holocaust Memorial

Gendarmenmarkt

Gendarmenmarkt

Water works

Water works

Death Strip lights

Death Strip lights