Tensions between the past and the now… Or, well: lakes in Berlin!

Sometimes, I feel this tension between the past and the now: between the imagination and the experience. Between the feeling that you feel and understand history… and the moment that you grab your camera to proof it & share it with the blogosphere. Walking around town for all this history, I’ve also happened to run into astonishing places that were not of any use for this blog. It couldn’t help me from using my camera and enjoying the view a second time, now at home. I don’t see a reason not to reveal these during summer-time, when digital visitors may be eager to look for analogue inspiration and cool off at some lake. If you’re asking for my personal favorite: that is definitely be the Liepnitzsee with its blue water. I’ve spend a great summer-day there – albeit without a camera.

View over the Mueggelsee. May 2014, photo by Joep de Visser.

View over the Greenwichpromenade at Tegeler See. November 2013, photo by Joep de Visser.The Bay at Schildhorn a.d. Havel. June 2013, photo by Joep de Visser.

Winter Wonderland at the Lehnitzsee. Oranienburg, February 2013. Photo by Joep de Visser.

View over the Glienicker Bruecke. November 2012, photo by Joep de Visser.

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