Around the World in Analogue: Berlin, Germany3 29 Share Tweet
“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations around the globe, as told by the members of the Lomography community. Today, Masha Vorona (@vorona) explores the vibrant streets of Berlin for her first solo vacation.
They say that you have to visit Berlin while you are young. Well, I decided to try it. My friends could not join me, so this was my first trip alone. Each of the districts that I visited was different, as if each is a separate city.
There are a lot of parks and it seems that everyone likes to sit on the grass rather than on benches, especially in the warm May days. There are even rabbits in the Tiergarten, but they are difficult to catch and photograph.
There are so many murals that you are surprised when you see a white wall. Techno parties at night, and a bottle of beer with currywurst on the banks of the Spree in the afternoon — sounds great, doesn't it?
Thank you for sharing your travel story, Masha!
To capture her adventures, Masha used an Olympus mju III 80 and Kodak Gold 200. To see more of her work, drop by her LomoHome or follow her on Flickr and Instagram.
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