Street Photography – Art In Berlin

Berlin is such a brilliant place. Vibrant, atmospheric, unusual, bohemian. Not your typical capital city, which means that you find interesting and funky details on every corner.

I had a hard time choosing which photos would be best for this week’s theme, and in the end settled for street art. So here you go, just a small selection:

 

 

 

You will find more street photography stories here: Sticky Fingers.

 

 

32 thoughts on “Street Photography – Art In Berlin

  1. Jenny Paulin

    I would imagine Berlin is a busy bustling city. The street art is very creative and I particularly like the first photo x

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    1. Funky Wellies Post author

      Glad you like it! :) When they are as arty as these, I believe they should be left alone too.

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  2. Natalie

    This is real art- in a completely different league to the vile scrawl that dons my town- great shots! x

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  3. Kelloggsville

    A number of people have told me Berlin is interesting. Must admit the beauty and cafe is more me though.

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  4. Rob (Parent Brain)

    Loving the photos. Berlin is indeed an amazing city. I’ve only ever really seen it by night, but your photos show me stuff of the stuff I missed.

    I like the focus on street art, really enjoyed this.

    Rob

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    1. Funky Wellies Post author

      Thank you for your lovely comment! :) I first went on a business trip many years ago and did not have time to see much. I swore I would go back, it took me a long time but I did, and it will not be the last time. You should go by day again… ;)

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  5. Oana79

    I think graffiti is great when it makes the world a bit more colourful. But we hate graffiti at the moment because here in Greece people cover EVERYTHING with it, good and bad…

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    1. Funky Wellies Post author

      I agree with you… Sad to read that it is going too far in Greece, but not too surprising? Thanks for stopping by.

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    1. Funky Wellies Post author

      Yes, I was impressed too. I find the ones on the remains of the Berlin wall quite poignant. Thanks for commenting.

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