Accidentally, I brought a CD containing photos I took during my trip to Salzburg and Berlin at the end of January 2006 to Peru. These photos were taken with the first camera I ever bought: a grey Olympus FE -100 / X-710.
Making the most of this happy accident, I posted one of my favorite Berlin photos yesterday, a Christ as a Pantocrator (“Almighty”) painted on the ceiling of Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. Built in the last decade of the 19th century, this Protestant church was severely bombarded in 1943; while a new church was built in the early 1960’s, a memorial hall is located on the ruins of the old one.
As I wrote on my Happy 1st Anniversary post, this blog has allowed to rescue great memories from my past trips. As a consequence, I decided to select the photos I liked the most from my stay in Berlin. In this gallery, you’ll find some highlights of the German capital: a frozen lagoon near Schloss Charlottensburg, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church itself, Pergamum Museum and some of its antique statues and monuments, the city seen from Alexanderplatz, Brandenburg Tör… Also, you’ll see the two friends who hosted me between January 28th and 29th 2006 in Berlin: my Peruvian friend Nuri and her husband, João (Vielen Danke, guys!) Of course, we needed a selfie together before I left, which closes this photo gallery.
Hope you enjoy the photos, dear friends! Also, hope this post inspires you to dust some great photos and memories off!…