Awakened City

“My father has been involved in photography all his life. Although retired, he would always go for a walk with a camera. My daily job was also photography, but as a photojournalist in a daily newspaper.Mostly photography as assignment, sometimes boring. I always took the same way, not paying attention to the environment, the goal…

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In the Gunpowder depot

“I cannot remember when I first saw this place. It has had meaning for me – ever since I could remember.  Later I learned that “since I could remember” was around ‘90. It was the same time when the military left it without a purpose.  I clearly remember that I started to wonder about it intensively…

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Fortress of Love

“We met each other in the student dormitory. We both came from afar, but our paths crossed here.  The first kiss happened near the Clock Tower, whose handles seem to have been deliberately replaced 200 years before that moment and gave us hours instead minutes.  I still remember the magic. The Clock chimed and the…

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Crossing bridges

“Summer is a busy, fast pace season in my book. My summers are usually filled with work, as the touristic season is at its peak. But, I get to rest once as others do and that’s during the second week of July. I know, quite specific. That’s the time I get that “summer feeling” –…

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