18 October 2012
Yesterday I wrote about The 100 project and The 100 Week that took place earlier this month, where anyone was invited to document their week from 1-7 October with a disposable camera. Here is the second half of my photographs:
The 3rd October was a public holiday (Day of German Unity) so we had some family time which we spent at the playground in the morning…
…and the husband practiced his uni-cycling.
And in the afternoon we went to one of our favourite haunts, the Jewish Museum Berlin, for afternoon tea an cake.
Later in the week I attended the opening of the ‘Russen & Deutsche’ exhibition that I wrote about. Here’s the President of Germany giving a speech.
Another shot of my favourite photo model^^ It’s getting really Autumnal in Berlin now.
At the weekend we ended up going for a long walk as it was only way to get the boy to take a much needed nap. Here we are at the Gendarmenmarkt.
Here’s a view down our street, with the omnipresent Berlin TV Tower in the distance.
And my final shot, a cheesy self portrait at arm’s length :-)
You can find the first half of my photographs in The 100 Week (Part 1)