if you’re looking for me, you know where I’ll be, a million miles away
10 2115 hours ago
On my second day in Berlin I decided to visit the #Reichstag Dome.
The morning was moody, but fortunately it didn't rain because I was walking most of the time. Yes, I'm one of those tourists who rarely use public transportation, but rather walk 20+ kilometers each day 😅
After I finally got into the Dome, it started to rain - heavily. Perfect timing! And it was so cool to watch the city through the dome while the rain was flowing down the massive glass.
The wind was strong as well so the flags around were waving perfectly 🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪 If you're looking for a very unique view of Berlin, this is a place you should visit. Don't forget to register online or one day in advance at the Visitors' Center near the Reichstag building.
Oh btw, when I wanted to leave the Dome, it stopped raining. Thanks weather for being so nice!
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You know, I'm not a real fan of German cars, JDM🇯🇵 in my heart, but this post not about the cars 🚗
"Feel the power", what does it mean? This frase is about the energy inside you 💪🏻 A lot of people says that they can't start something to do, can't start to create, and doesn't mean what it is, photography, poems, videos or something else.
I want you to stop doing it and start to search the ways of realisation! Not once I told, that my way as a photographer started with my friend's DSLR-camera, witch got only kit lens and was made in 2012... I found the way.
You can find it too. Just feel the power inside
1 246 hours ago
Today’s photo from #India at the #Tajmahal is from a very talented travel photographer @alexblock if you haven’t followed him yet please do so above.