Bi-lingual signs at train stations (or anywhere else, for that matter) is not something you see very often in Germany. Yet this is what I spotted from the train en route to Görlitz. This is a part of the country where Sorbs live, and their language is officially recognised and protected as a minority language – one of only four!
Brandenburg Gate in Berlin enveloped by beautiful roses during the Festival of Lights in October 2014
Something I discovered right outside my living room window, when lifting up an overturned flower pot. Dainty and fragile but what a force of nature nonetheless! Here’s hoping they make it!
And one of the parents – another force of nature!