Night & Day

my BERLIN window view for a while – writing, dreaming and trying to order my memories …

1 – my window in the evening

2 – my window with my ship’s wheel (read my comment below)

3 – my window in the morning, sunrise light
all BERLIN photos by frizztext, click on the images to enter his photo collection
read my other Berlin diaries

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writer, photographer, guitarist

27 responses to “Night & Day

  1. That’s a wonderful view to stare at when the blank page stares back. πŸ˜€


  2. Beautiful view! I love windows and where the mind takes us from them. πŸ™‚


  3. I like I can put one thousand?
    those colors at sunset …. that air …
    but you do dream!


  4. “Trying to order my memories”…I like that Frizz. Margie


  5. The third photo’s capture of light is just lovely.


  6. These are wonderful views from your window!


  7. Wow. Great view from your room. Love the dawn photo.


  8. Thats a terrific view, always something to see there!


  9. Northern Narratives

    Amazing photos. When I look out my window, I see the forest πŸ™‚


  10. This is such a mesmerising view and it is fascinating to see how the light transforms it throughout the day and into the night. Ideal dreaming spot!


  11. Great, beautiful view and it looks so exciting.


  12. Wolfgang Hermann

    hi dietmar
    love the sunset through the window
    a wonderful place to start a day
    have a peaceful time my friend
    :-)) wolfgang


  13. ship's wheel wikipedia
    illustration by wikipedia
    someone noticed on the second picture the ship’s wheel and he asked me, if I would be a captain, because there is a capitain’s wheel standing at the window. I bought this actually from a theater fundus near the KOMISCHE OPER BERLIN, because as a child (aged three) I once visited an old KapitΓ€n (from Bremerhaven). Never forgot the sailor stories he told me. He was retired. On the wall of his kitchen the old wheel of his ship was fixed. Since today I also can feel a little bit like him! At first in the flea market they demanded 210 Euro then 195 then 98 then 70, finally I got the ship’s wheel for 60 Euro. I waited a whole lifetime to get such a cheap chance, so that I could buy now. Big thanks to the seller! He was an actor in the theater nearby, it seems he often played captain Ahab, hunting the white whale Moby Dick and was glad, that he nevertheless still was living – like me …
    greetings by captain Frizz


    • msamaclean comments on my flickr account:
      Great story! So glad you found this & got a relatively good price!
      I guess this shows my age:
      When I was in 7th grade, I had a very old lady for an English teacher, in New Hampshire, New England, US). She would tell us about her deceased husband, who was actually a whaler on a whaling, sailing ship, off New England, using harpoons! Imagine!
      Ah, we do have some memories, don’t we!…;-)


      • It would be a good idea to give a ship’s wheel as a symbol, a metaphor to all retired persons. No more ship steering necessary, only steering of memories (I’m 66)


  14. Sunrise light: sweeps me off my feet. How generous of you to so lavishly share the blessings of your Berin windows!


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  16. Good combination.I was surprised that you live in the city area. Nice city.


  17. Not a bad view in the bunch, sir!


  18. It’s a terrific view! Love it. πŸ™‚


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