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Opening of the Birgit Kleber ‘augen blicke’ photo exhibition at the Helmut Newton Museum für Fotographie, Berlin. The crowd. The artist with museum director Dr. Matthias Harder. A selection of the artist’s images.
Small fishing boats in Dalkey harbour, Ireland when the tide is out.
The ceiling of Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral, a Gothic Revival three-spire cathedral in Cork, Ireland, completed in 1879
Elegant entrance of Selfridge’s department store on Oxford Street. London.
Berlin city scape at sunrise 05. 01. 2020, 7:50 am. The Berliner Dom is on the right.
The Fernsehturm at Alexanderplatz, Berlin. 05. 01. 2020, 8:00 am. An early morning flight departing Schoenefeld airport is behind the tower.
A murder of crows over Berlin.
Digital camels at sunset on Blåvand beach along Denmark’s North Sea coast.
The S-7 approaches Alexander Platz.
The Die Welt balloon floats over a misty Berlin.
Water Lilies in the Berlin-Spandauer Schifffahrtskanal, Mitte.
Inside the Guggenheim museum New York city, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
More baseball playoff action at Defender Field, on a beautiful Berlin Saturday.
Is Mr Hyde (sic) of the Jolly Dodgers, Berlin, looking at a possible home run?
Doing traditional Polish folk dancing at Plac Wolności, Poznan.
The evening sun highlights the garden at the Friedrikenhof hotel near Lübeck, Germany.
An airplane flies high over Turning Torso in the Western Harbor, Malmö, Sweden.
Storm clouds over Leucate Village in Languedoc-Roussillon, France.
In a small village on the way to Languedoc – Roussillon, an old window in an old house.
The room that Jesse Owens resided in at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
A large bas-relief wall sculpture of marching German soldiers by Walter von Ruckteschell at the entrance to the movie theater in the Hindenburghaus at the 1936 Olympic village.
Driving along the Bog Road in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. The Twelve Bens are enveloped by low cloud.
Mitch Ryder performs with Engerling on his 74th birthday at Kesselhaus, Berlin.
John and Shane at the famous Temple Bar in Dublin, Ireland.
Father Marcus on flute, with sons Breandain on violin and Prainsias on accordion, playing traditional Irish music at Veldons Seafarer Pub, Letterfrack.
Night view of the Tower at the Berlin Messe. A restaurant sits at the top of the tower.
Traditional Irish music at the An Spailpín Fánach pub in Cork, Ireland.
Scott Holiday, lead guitarist with Rival Sons, performing at KB, Malmö, Sweden.
A lonely, bleating, sheep on a wall. On the way to Letterfrack, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.
Turning Torso stands out in the Western Harbor housing development. Malmö, Sweden
Kylemore Abbey, a Benedictine monastery founded in 1920 on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. The abbey was founded for Benedictine Nuns who fled Belgium in World War I.
The church at Zeltigen in the Moselle Valley. Heart of Riesling wines.
A lone cabin sits by the Barents Sea in Norway’s Finnmark. What must it be like to sit here at night under a blanket of stars, listening to the silence?
A shoe tree at Pappel Platz, Berlin
Bernshausen, a village in Lower Saxony, Germany, lies by the Seeburger See.
The wine museum at Meißenheim, Germany. The museum is allied with the lovely Meisenheimer Hof boutique hotel.
Hardenberg Castle in Nörten-Hardenberg. Built in the late 11th and early 12th century by the Archbishop of Mainz. When the diocese ran out of money the castle was deeded to the Hardenberg family who began restoration. The ruins are accessible to visitors.
Cruising on the Danube past the parliament building in Budapest. New Years Eve 2017.
A lush French vineyard near Roquefort des Corbieres, Languedoc.Roussillon
Wood type, at The Old Printing Shop stand in Covent Garden, London.
Pöstlingbergkirche in Linz, Austria, is the city’s landmark and an important pilgrimage center. Dating back to the 18th century, it’s dedicated to the Seven Sorrows of the Virgin Mary.
Purple Mountain Majesty. A dramatic arctic sunrise on Norway’s west coast.
The accordion player at the Goodnight Sun concerts in the Western Harbour, Malmö Sweden.
On the way to Vancouver the sun sets over the foothills in British Columbia’s interior.
Skagen’s Fyr (Lighthouse), Skagen, on Denmark’s north coast, overlooking the North Sea.
Flying over Greenland’s snow capped mountain tops and cloud cover on the way to Canada.
Looking across the Spree canal near the Friedrichstrasse S-Bahn station under a dark Berlin sky.
Bijou and Willy looking out to the North Sea near one of Bill Woodrow’s Bunker Mules, at Blåvand Beach, Denmark.
A unique bicycle stand in central Budapest, Hungary.
Lone skateboarder enjoying the empty skate park, Malmö, Sweden.
Sailing past Inchcolm Abbey. A medieval abbey located on the island of Inchcolm in the Firth of Forth, Scotland. It was founded in the 12th century during the episcopate of Gregoir, Bishop of Dunkeld. Later tradition placed it even earlier, in the reign of King Alexander I of Scotland (1107–24). The Abbey has the most complete surviving remains of any Scottish monastic house. The cloisters, chapter house, warming house, and refectory are all complete, and most of the remaining claustral buildings survive in a largely complete state.
A red umbrella on a snowy path, April 24. Near Oberstaufen, Bavaria.
View of the Fernsehturm, Alexander Platz, at sunset. From Karl Marx Allée and Frankfurter Tor, Friedrichshain.
Two silhouetted horses at sunset on a farm in Montana, USA.
Fleet start at the Americas Cup trials in Malmö, Sweden. The traditional mono hull design before the new AC36 Class Rule.
Sailing past the new Firth Of Forth bridge, under construction, on the way to dock and visit Edinburgh, Scotland.
Berlin Konzerthaus on the left and Französische Kirche at the rear. Gendarmenmarkt, Mitte.
Courtroom 600. The Major War Criminals Trial was held before the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg from November 20, 1945 to October 1, 1946. As a result of this trial, Courtroom 600 of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice gained worldwide notoriety. From 1946 to 1949, 12 “Subsequent Trials” were held in the same courtroom before exclusively American military tribunals.
The entrance of the CDFÜ club in Budapest, Hungary.
Watching the sun set over the North Sea at Christmas, from Blåvand Beach, Denmark
Flying over a small town in Germany on the way home to Berlin.
Near Checkpoint Charlie, these colourful Trabants of Trabi Tours, Berlin, are lined up, waiting for tourists.
Sailing on the Barents Sea, along Norway’s desolate Arctic coastline.
Statue of one of Napoleon’s soldiers in Bratislava, Slovakia. There are a number of lovely statues gracing the streets of the old town.
Beautiful winter landscapes on the way to Salzburg, Austria.
The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin.
The Primatial Basilica of the Blessed Virgin Mary Assumed Into Heaven and St Adalbert, also known as the Esztergom Basilica, Esztergom, Hungary.
View of the surrounding countryside through a window in the Hardenberg Castle ruin in Nörten-Hardenberg, Germany.
Moselle river landscape near Kröv. A hint of vines is visible on the bottom left corner.
Chamber pot in the bedroom of a restored house in the Open Air Museum at Bad Windsheim. The outdoor museum, opened in 1979, is just south of the city. It has more than 80 rural buildings that have been moved here to display the cultural heritage of more than six centuries in the region. Covering 100 acres of farmland it is split into seven villages representing different time periods and areas of the Franconian region of Bavaria.
Enjoying a warm September afternoon at Covent Garden, London.
Street musicians performing for the Saturday market crowd on Kaiserstraße in Nürnberg’s old town.
A wall of fog approaches the ship as we sail along Norway’s west coast. Yes, there’s land behind the wall.
Waking up on 24 April, 2017 to this winter scene near Oberstaufen, Bavaria.
Near Oberstaufen, Bavaria, the fog rolled into the valleys every morning. Even when it snowed as in the photo of the tree above.
Crashing North Atlantic wave meets beach umbrellas at São Roque Beach. Lagos, Portugal.
Preparing to land at Arrecife airport on Lanzarote. The volcanic landscape including Timanfaya National Park is visible through the mist. In 1993, Unesco designated all of Lanzarote a Biosphere Reserve. Timanfaya is one of the core areas of the biosphere reserve. Access to the park by the public is strictly regulated to protect the delicate flora and fauna.
A lone cabin on the way to the Nordkapp (North Cape) on Magerøya Island, Finnmark county, in the extreme northern part of Norway. The island lies along the Barents Sea.
A field of golden wheat near Lübeck, Germany.
Tower Bridge, the Thames river, the Gherkin and London skyline.
Kjeunskjær lighthouse on the way to Lofoten island. Kjeunskjær, along with other lighthouses along Norway’s coast, can be rented.
Vines are planted on the most rocky and rugged slopes along the Moselle River.
The Bauhaus. Dessau, Germany.
Early morning sun casts a golden glow on the unloading of a container ship in Malmö harbour, Sweden.
Wine glasses lined up in Malmö LIve, 85 meters above sea level, at the Clarion Hotel. Malmö, Sweden.
Driving along a deserted French road in Normandy on a lazy summer afternoon.
Sometimes you see interesting and funny additions on houses. This one is in Bernkastel-Kues old town, on the Moselle river.
Enjoying the sunset over Copenhagen and the Øresund, from the pier in the Western Harbor, Malmö, Sweden.
Two subway trains entering and exiting the Möckernbrüke U-Bahn station. A DC47 Raisin Bomber or “Candy Bomber” is mounted at the German Museum of Technology. Raisin Bomber was the colloquial term Berliners gave to the Western Allied transport aircraft which brought in supplies by airlift to West Berlin during the Soviet Berlin Blockade in 1948/1949.
Preparing the vines and soil for the new season on the steep hills in the Moselle valley.
Sunset at a new housing site by the Spandau Schifffahrtskanal Canal. Berlin.
The Fernsehturm at Alexander Platz, Berlin on a glorious evening.
Turning Torso, designed by Santiago Calatrava, in Malmö’s Western Harbor.
Bright red Poppies in a grey industrial field. Malmö, Sweden.
On a crowded side street in Marlybone, London, a woman across the street seems to be walking on the hood of a taxi.
At Covent Garden, in London’s West End, a string quintet performs for the lunch crowd.
I Love A Parade. Seven white geese in Stavanger, Norway, marching towards a small lake near the train station.
Under a lovely summer sky, a herd of cows graze in a field near Bad Wilsnack, Germany.
The cable-stayed Öresund Bridge runs nearly 8 km to an artificial island where it transitions into a tunnel that runs another 4.5km. The bridge connects Malmö, Sweden (on the left) with Copenhagen, Denmark (on the right). There are two railway tracks beneath four road lanes.
Two sailboats on a lovely Öresund evening, sail leisurely towards Copenhagen from Malmö.
A snow storm engulfs the northern part of distant Lofoten Island on Norway’s arctic west cost. The southern half sits under a sunny sky.
On a foggy day a small rowboat sits anchored in Stege Bugt near Møn, Denmark.
Ah. Many fine beers staring at me while sitting and waiting in the White Lion Pub at Covent Garden. Enjoyed a London Pride ale.
Sunlight highlights old rusty industrial pipes and faucets at the VEB Kühlautomat ruins in old East Berlin. A state-owned enterprise, founded on 5 April 1950, it manufactured refrigerators and compressors, DC compressors and later screw compressors.
‘In Memory of the Liberation Movement’s Victims’ statue, by Kristofer Leirdal, stands by a common grave for war victims at Nideros Cathedral in Trondheim, Norway. It’s a symbolic presentation in which war victims are represented by the son on his mother’s lap.
The Basilica of the Blessed Virgin Mary Assumed Into Heaven and St Adalbert, also known as the Esztergom Basilica, in Esztergom, Hungary. It’s the mother church of the Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest, and the seat of the Catholic Church in Hungary.
Natural gas refinery at Hammerfest, in Norway’s arctic.
Silhouetted cranes at a building site in Berlin Mitte.
Turning Torso and the Danish coast. From Malmö Live sky bar at the Clarion Hotel.
Bill Woodrow’s Bunker Mules sculptures at Blåvand Beach, Denmark. He added metal faces and tails to old WWII bunkers on a beach by the North Sea.
Gothic St Pancras Station, where the Eurostar train departs, sits behind the post modern British Library.
We pass the marker at the Arctic Circle on Norway’s west coast.
Enjoying a dramatic sunset from the apartment balcony near Gemünd, Germany.
A gorgeous Volvo P1800 at the Sixt car rental office in Moabit, Berlin.
Beautiful Art Deco lights at the Karl-Bonhoefer-Nervenklinik u-bahn station, Berlin.
Dramatic action in the M32 Catmaran race in Malmö, Sweden.
Another view of Turning Torso and the distant Danish coast at sunset, from Malmö Live, 85 meters above Malmö, Sweden.
German humour at the Hackesher Markt tram stop