This mixture of old and new defines Berlin. It makes it different. It makes it Multikulti (as Berliners love to call it). It makes it a historical and architectural landmark everyone should visit. It makes it a place to be in a wonderful sunny day.
I had the opportunity to shoot some photos in Cologne, Germany featuring clouds and other interesting objects. The first set that I published was featuring the Kölner Dom (Cologne Cathedral), but now it is time to offer you something in color.
On my recent trip to Cologne (or Köln as it is originally meant to be) I shot a number of photos of the famous cathedral (Kölner Dom) in the city. The weather was very cloudy and it kind of felt right to have them in black and white. Well, the sky and the architecture shades certainly predisposed me to see the images in an applied Moriyama effect.
Both Ljubljana in Slovenia and Zagreb in Croatia have been on my list for years. I have heard so many good words from people I have met. And they were all right. These two cities are simply amazing.
This was a Prague trip of lights… in many different ways. Indeed, the photographic opportunities were amazing. The light conditions were just perfect. And somehow I couldn’t resist but to see a few shots through my Moriyama filter. So you will not see below a presentation that features the same tonality or vision. Just like the city itself – on one side the great sights and on the other the touristy flashy and quite not interesting (to me at least) shops.