A photographic journal of an Australian Graphic Designer living in Berlin.

Install Theme
Leaves fall. Look up.

Leaves fall. Look up.

Leading Lines

Leading Lines

Look up, it’s Modernism

Look up, it’s Modernism

HelixLouisiana Museum of Modern ArtDenmark, October 2014

Helix
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Denmark, October 2014

Olafur Eliasson - Riverbed Louisiana Museum of Modern Art - DenmarkI visited Copenhagen for the first time last week and took the half an hour trip to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art where the famous Danish-Icelandic artist created his installation ‘Riverbed’.If you are in the area, it is definitely worth seeing. It will be on display until January 4th, 2015.

Olafur Eliasson - Riverbed 
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art - Denmark

I visited Copenhagen for the first time last week and took the half an hour trip to Louisiana Museum of Modern Art where the famous Danish-Icelandic artist created his installation ‘Riverbed’.

If you are in the area, it is definitely worth seeing. 
It will be on display until January 4th, 2015.

Stairway to NowhereBerlin Schoenefeld 2014. October 2014

Stairway to Nowhere
Berlin Schoenefeld 2014. October 2014

Rooftops and Pastels
I am NOT ready for another Berlin Winter.
Send help.

Rear WindowRome, September 2014

Rear Window
Rome, September 2014

Weird architecture in RomeSeptember 2014

Weird architecture in Rome
September 2014

PasticceriaRome. September 2014

Pasticceria
Rome. September 2014

ClassicsRome. September 2014.

Classics
Rome. September 2014.

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arctickid asked: hi :) can you speak german well? if you so, when and where have you learned? and if you not, is there any difficulty not speaking it as you living in germany? and... oh I really really like your pics :) those made me want to go to berlin again right now. haha.

I spoke no German when I first moved here but have since learned a bit. I studied briefly with private lessons and then with a School in Friedrichshain called “Sprachenatelier Berlin”. Also maybe try a language app like ‘Duolingo’ or ‘Babbel’ which is based in Berlin also.

Having said that, for the most part it has been relatively easy to do most things without knowledge of German as English is widely spoken.

spirograffe asked: I just moved to Berlin a few weeks ago. my original plan was to stay until next summer, but I'm starting to think I'm gonna need more time! (your photos are great, by the way)

I can completely understand. My original plan was to stay 8 months and I have now been here for 16. Thankyou by the way X

lostsoulscantbesaved asked: Hey there!!!! Sorry to bother you but I saw you are a "stranger" livin in Berlin, you see I am Portuguese and next year I will move to Berlin , how wonderful is the city? Cause I am moving on my own;) thanks

I am a stranger in the city so to speak but I definitely feel at home here now after 16 months. I can’t speak for everyone as different people have different tastes and criteria for what constitutes ‘wonderful’ but in my humble opinion, it is an infectious and unique place that I fall in love with a little bit more every day. I wish you all the best with your time here X