2013/02/06

I walked into a dream













I am such a sucker for old buildings that seem to be forgotten. Do you remember Adolf's house? I wonder if I will ever see it again.

16 comments:

  1. Me too... I love knowing there lies so much history behind walls and doors and wallpapers and details...

    From all of your pics of Berlin I see a recurring thing, regarding design and signs it looks like it got "stuck" somewhere in the 1970s and never updated. Well, must be some areas, not all of Berlin, I know, at least the ones you like to portrait on your walks around the city.

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  2. this is beautiful, wondered who used to live there...

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  3. Sweet-decadence
    I feel like a lucky traveler in Berlin through your eyes...
    thanks for share.

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  4. Hi share your fascination and I enjoyed looking again ad Adolf's house pictures. Such a beautiful series.

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  5. I love abandoned and forgotten places as well. It just fascinates me how someone can just up and leave such beautiful places...I think about their families, their lives and how they got to that point. They seem to have their own soul, wanting and waiting to be taken care of and loved again.
    Some of my most treasured items in my house have come from abandoned homes in the country that we just stumble across while out exploring.

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  6. yes! i remember Adolf's house! these are beautiful. i'm a sucker for old forgotten things as well. i think it's because i grew up without computers as a kid and know what the words 'the old days' mean. did you ever hear about that paris apartment that was a time capsule, amazingly left intact in 1940 for 70 years? here's an article about it: http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/rediscovered-paris-apartment-129825

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  7. Lovely! The pastel colors are so beautiful. Where did you find this dream house?

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  8. Www, what a beauty! Was it abandoned?

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  9. Berlin seems to be full of these dream spots. You've an eye for it!

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  10. Gorgeous. The colours and all the markings. Telling stories of years gone by.

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  11. This is so lovely

    x missdottidee.blogspot.com

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  12. I remember Adolf's house. I think I found you on Flickr around the time you were posting some new pictures of it. You had me hooked! I love your perspective of things.

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