This is the first time I have considered expanding the site to include urban scenes in addition to landscapes and nature. Staying in Berlin for only 3.5 days, there was a lot to see and do, and very little time. It seems that almost everything takes a little artistic or surreal form in this city. Maybe it's the graffiti that have taken a real form of art in this place. Or the pinkish-purplish pipes running all through the city. The strange noise of the U-Bahn and S-Bahn when they start moving. Or the pieces of history all over the city. Whatever it is, you can't avoid that feeling.
It took some time, but going over the photos, I finally realized that what I was after was the forms, the scenes and that surrealistic feeling rather than colors. While I usually prefer color for landscape and nature, I felt that it distracts from the main idea behind these images, so I decided to convert these images to B&W in the post-processing.
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