2011/02/03

The view from my balcony









Yesterday night, Liebig 14.

38 comments:

  1. god yeah, I was wondering whether that's near your new place. I bet it was scary and exciting at the same time. welcome to berlin anyways. I'm so excited you chose to live here now.

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  2. wow, I didn't know, there where so any people protesting.... but greats pics! love the third and the sixth!

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  3. Oh wow, Sandra! I didn't know this was all happening so close to your place!

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  4. Hell! Even Neukölln is a quiet neighborhood compared too that.

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  5. great images.....you had a fantastic view but sad to see such disruption.

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  6. Oh what is has happened? It was for an occupied building? Quite scaring! However the pics are really good!

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  7. these kind of images remind me so much of growing up in Hamburg!
    Thanks for sharing these.

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  8. you are a very good photographer! amazing photos, thank you so much for sharing this!

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  9. oh sandra! i hope you are okay. that looks frightening. xo

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  10. woah, that is crazy. the shots are cool but it must have been scary

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  11. oh my goodness!! i would never imagined this!!!! how intimidating!!! take care girl! twiggs

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  12. you have inadvertently become part of the free press. good going.

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  13. what are they protesting?

    trish

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  14. wow. crazy times. what has been the outcome, are the people now homeless or still putting up a fight...? amazing pics i bet the media who werent allowed near would be envious.

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  15. Wonderful photos! I didn't know this about Berlin.

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  16. wow, you are right in the middle of it! the photos are great and a better insight than most of what you get to see in the media. hope you are safe and sound and can leave your house? xx

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  17. jag kommer och räddar dig!!

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  18. Ser otäckt ut. Hoppas ingen blev skadad. Tack för din härliga blogg, ett måste i min vardag.

    Kram LISA
    http://krutrut.com/blog/

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  19. hej, thank you for the pictures. for me more important than the aesthetic aspect of these pics is the information behind them. it makes me personally quite sad and angry to see gentrification's results.

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  20. Sandra, I hope you are safe up there. Be careful!

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  21. Wow, Sandra, this is crazy!! These are amazing pictures. After reading that the press was pushed out, I'm sure some newspapers would appreciate these. Thank you for sharing them.

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  22. Just wanted to say I came across your blog by chance today and saw we even live in the same city. Your photos are so beautiful, even of things like this that make me sad. Thanks for letting me see things through your eyes!

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  23. this is crazy! you're photos really help to tell the emotions involved here. i hope things get calm soon. hope you are fine!

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  24. har precis, eller åtminstone nyligen, upptäckt din blogg. följer berlin med spänning och viss hänförelse! tack för fin blogg.

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  25. Willkommen in Deutschland! :)

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  26. They all were there to get your latest wrist worms...

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  27. fantastiska foton darling! du är en enorm inspiration!

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  28. hi dear, you are from berlin? it's a city that i love and where i want to come back!
    i just discovered your blog, it's very nice and i follow you now..
    i like your style and also your home :)


    hugs!

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  29. Kenneth Cole created an uproar over his inappropriate tweet claiming that Egyptians are rioting in Cairo because of the sales in his stores... in the same vein, I'm thinking it's not funny for someone to trivialize what happened in your neighborhood by saying they were there to get your latest wrist worms.

    Wishing you and Johan well from the iceberg of New Mexico!

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  30. oh boy, this was even in belgian newspapers last week, never realised it could be in your street. You really had the front seats there...

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  31. incredible, frightening photos... thanks for sharing them Sandra. i hope you are keeping safe.

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  32. Not the last time we see something like that. The city is changing very fast. Rents rise, land speculation..... :(

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  33. There's one side on getting the real news but sometimes it's too close. Stay safe Sandra.

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