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Walkabout Snaps


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Walkabout Snaps


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Making happenstance and pressing the shutter

Photos I snap when out & about with no intention of snapping photos.


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Tokyo Fish Market


Again a word

and somehow things are ...

Tokyo Fish Market


Again a word

and somehow things are ...

Tokyo Fish Market

I spend some early morning hours at the word largest fish market, watching creatures of the sea being sliced into small portions. The giant market is build in a circular shape and after strolling around for a while I lost orientation. Signage is in Japanese only and I didn't dare to ask some busy worker for help. Towards the outer area I came across a Sushi Bar, which to my surprise, at 7am, was already open. I sat down and pointed at some photo on the menu. The friendly chef performed his routine of slicing & assembling to hand over a large tray of geometrically beautified beasts. Having eel for breakfast isn't my first choice generally. Feeling observed by the chef, I did my best to display delight while swallowing nausea inducing textures. Nonetheless, I enjoyed the spectacularly fresh food this morning and left the market happy with a memorable experience. 


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Alexanderplatz


Alexanderplatz


Berlin Alexanderplatz


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Berlin Mauerpark


Berlin Mauerpark


Berlin Mauerpark


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iPhone Hipstamatics


iPhone Hipstamatics


Photos taken with iPhone Hipstamatic. Not that this matters. 

Anyway, gone are the times where photographers screwed up their shoulders by carrying around heavy cameras with huge lenses and weighty fine art ambitions. Now photographing requires no more than a tiny lens build into a pocketable mobile phone and that old fashioned ingredient called imagination.