Leipziger Platz square is the little brother of the adjacent Potsdamer Platz. Leipziger Platz was destructed in World War II and was still – to my surprise – under construction when I visited there. The tall Bahntower building and the railway station of Potsdamer Platz are in the background.
St Nicholas’ Church is one of the many churches in Old Town of Tallinn. It is located next to the Raekoja Plats. In Estonian it’s known Niguliste kirik. At least to a Finnish ear it sounds funny… Like Estonian language in general :)
This is a typical street view from Tallinn’s Old Town. Cobblestones, narrow streets, old and a bit worn buildings. Also notice the street signs. It says “Kiriku” which translates to “Church”. But there’s no “street” or “road” in the end. That’s the way how Estonians mark their street names. Just the actual name, not indications whether it’s street or road or avenue. That’s cool.
While walking in Cēsis we found the castle’s wall in backyard of some building. I asked my friend whether we could go to the backyard and photograph there. She said that we could. And it was good that she was with us. Without her I wouldn’t have dared to go to the yard :-)
In Berlin of course Berlin Wall had to be photographed. And of course it’s surrounded by a fence. So that tourists wouldn’t chisel out little pieces of the wall for themselves. But where there’s space for lens, there’s also space for photography. And thus HDR shot from Berlin Wall was born.