into the river.


© Daniel Schrödl

16 thoughts on “into the river.

  1. Es schon komisch: Berlin (und Brandenburg) hat so viel Wasser und trotzdem stutzt man als Auswertiger über solch einen Titel.

    • Aj Martina lieben Dank! Das freut mich.
      Es ist oft einfach auch sensationell was man so in Wasserspiegelungen so erkennen kann. Das kann süchtig machen. LG Daniel

    • Thank you Derrick. Yes it´s a nice one. Observing theses kind of things now and then makes me – as an amateur photographer – very happy.
      Rainy greetings from Berlin, Daniel

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