Half real, half reflection at Lietzensee in Berlin.
Any time I see a lavender plant (even if it’s just in a photo or painting), I am instantly transported back to wonderful summer holidays in Provence and other parts of the south of France. This picture was actually taken just outside Budapest/Hungary but still – walking past this most days for the past two weeks always had the same effect.
Two doors in Görlitz, symbolic of the town as a whole: parts beautifully restored, parts still in need of some serious TLC.
The TV tower. You can see it from almost anywhere in Berlin and it looks so different as the light changes and depending on what you capture it next to.
“Roy G. Biv” is an acronym made of the first letters of the seven colors of the rainbow, to help you remember: Red. Orange. Yellow. Green. Blue. Indigo. Violet.”
All pictures taken on a recent trip to Malta. Colours not in the right order :-)
Beach huts all closed up in Weymouth on the south coast of England on a beautiful February day.