Looking up at the Mahnmal


I've featured an autumnal view of the Holocaust Mahnmal back in November, but this is the kind of place you can go back to a thousand times and always get a different picture. It was cold and gray on my last visit, but that was somehow fitting. Although the design is simple, I find it quite moving. I'm sure this won't be the last time you see it on my blog. 

The weekend is finally here, hope I haven't started it on too much of a depressing note. We haven't been househunting for awhile, maybe it's time to take a look at a few more places. Do you have any big plans?  For more skies, visit Skywatch.

13 comments:

  1. I love this perspective of your photo! No, you haven't depressed me at all. In fact, I absolutely love your photos and look forward to seeing many more! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  2. Cold and gray is very fitting for this particular subject. It looks quite imposing, as it must.

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  3. A cold, brooding photo like this is beautiful. I think we can take serious every now and then.

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  4. I love the architectural design and the gray sky is the perfect backdrop for this image.

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  5. Dark and gloomy just like what it represents.

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  6. A very sombre place, beautifully captured. Hope your house hunting goes well!

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  7. It is moving indeed. Great shot. It have impact.

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  8. Hard to imagine a more fitting design for a Holocaust memorial. Very well done!

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  9. Berlin is almost always cold and grey and really is the perfect backdrop for this-- a reminder of things that never ought to happen again.

    The photo looks so straightforward and meticulously composed. :)

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  10. Somber, not depressing, I think.
    At least you are getting lots of time to explore the city.

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