View from Invalidenstraße into Ackerstraße on a sunny day in January.
On the left you see the Ackerhalle – in the centre of the picture you see a food delivery guy on his bike – and in the forground you see the tram rails reflecting the sunlight. What a beautiful day.
A memorial candle and flowers next to two Stolpersteine in Berlin Mitte, Christinenstrasse.
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Sometimes the Berlin weather situation in autumn and winter can be a bit annoying. To say the least. Of course it has to rain every now and then – but sometimes the rain just won’t stop. And it might also be windy – so the rain won’t really respect the umbrella you might be lucky to be having with you. And with temperatures around 10°C this might become a perfect combination for a pefectly bad mood. And then you realize – hey, my mood is perfectly well reflected by the weather.
I must admit I also like it when the weather is like this. People are hurrying from A to B and showing off their bad mood and their rain wear: rain coats, umbrellas, rubber boots. And of course I also like the view when the TV-Tower is half way stuck in clouds. And the dominating color is grey. So grey. In all its beautiful shades.
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The Strelitzer Straße in one of those side streets that you maybe first don’t really cherish – but after a while yu discover it as an alternative – for example to the much more busy Brunnenstrasse.
Here’s another photo of “Golden October” in Strelitzer Straße – leafs are yellow, the street is rather quiet – the perfect time and space to enjoy a moment of autumn in Berlin.