Rainy day. Scanning old negatives.

(click contact sheet for a closer view)



"She loved to walk down the street with a book under her arm. 
It had the same significance for her as an elegant cane for the dandy a century ago. 
It differentiated her from others."

(Milan Kundera - The Unbearable Lightness of Being)


Tempelhof times

"All airports were once wilderness. 
In the future they will return to wilderness. 
Berlin has made peace with this idea" 
- Nathaniel Rich, The Atlantic, April 2014

I love the vibe of this former airport. Its wideness, its horizon.
he feeling of freedom when you walk the runways and the way history has found new use in today's world. 
This summer I happened to live next to one of its Neukolln entrances and so Tempelhof became one of
my daily hang out spots. Perfect for long solitary walks and bike rides, for emptying your head,
for watching the sunset at the end of the day or the sunrise after one of those very late nights out,
 for picnics with friends, for writing, for kiting, for reading. And also, a fantastic photo shoot location!


Berlin, Sunday

(last pic by him)


Berlin, Tuesday

Tempelhof. Reflection.



I'm spending the summer in Berlin!
Working on some busker interviews and some nice new projects.
I love it :))

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© 2014 Annewil Stroo | The Curious Busker Tale

A peaceful Parisian courtyard garden, grass scattered with daisies, home-brewed mate tea, an open-air concert, builders next door shouting song requests over the walls, windows opening, neighbour's faces appearing here and there, a ripple of applause that echoes above and around:
Our interview 
with Arlo was definitely lots of fun!



© 2014 Annewil Stroo | www.annewil-stroo.nl

© 2014 Annewil Stroo | www.annewil-stroo.nl

I've spent a couple of days on Terschelling, one of our northern islands.
Beach, birds, bikes & beautiful nature.
That summarizes it quite well :)