one more entry for the still ongoing window series. this time from beelitz heilstätten again.
found in kreuzberg, berlin.
shot in urk, the netherlands, summer 2014
i borrowed the title from one of bill callahan’s songs (click, hear) and i think it fits in at least two ways: first, in the song the painter also paints (names on) boats and secondly, we have visited a concert of bill callahan during our stay in the netherlands. it took place in a very nice open air theater in nijmegen that helped tremendously in creating the fantastic atmosphere during this concert.
a balcony in the emtpy house in the neighbourhood. in fact it is the house that has its backyard renovated…
where am i?
since i am on holiday at the moment i thought i could auto-post this little riddle. and no, i am not on vacation behind the shelves at the office.
only temporarily of course. see you on the other side of my holidays!
another one from beelitz heilstätten.
i made this with the 26mm f1.4 toy lens by slr magic. this very toy lens was the topic of my first post here on .documenting.the.obvious about 550 posts ago. i took the lens with me because i hoped the swirly bokeh could come in handy in such an abandoned setting, and it did. otherwise i haven’t used it very much since that first blog post…
ice-cream tub (empty)
still hot and humid in berlin. that’s how it was the other day when i found this little guy in quite intriguing light.
i’d do it… i’m not really sure what i like in this picture but i definitely like it.