Sonnenallee taking lightning hits again on Friday. Makes me yearn for being in the mountains, enshelled, cold and wet around, sleeping in a tent, every day about one foot in front of the other.
Taking advantage of my open window to sieve the insects wanting to fly inside. (When it hit 30° she took a break in the shade.)
Garden spider and orb web in my window
Bright evening sun on the courtyard garden trees.
Summer Trees, Neukölln Berlin
Visiting Isabelle for shiatsu and a long-overdue catch-up. Summer up in Wedding.
Berlin turning on one of those very pretty evenings.
Landwehrkanal from Wildenbruchbrücke
The locals in Marbella old town all have ceramic planters, tubs, window boxes and baskets full of flowers, succulents, spiky dry climate greenery, monstrous tree-sized explosions of magenta and pink, palms, ferns, trees, shrubs, vines and climbers. Also banyan fig and magnolias. Very deeply lush and fecund and herbaceous.
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 1
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 2
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 3
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 4
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 5
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 6
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 7
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 8
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 9
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 10
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 11
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 12
Herbaceous Floral Succulent – 13
Some post-surgery wandering through Marbella old town, mostly on early Friday morning (pre-breakfast even) cos my panda eyes / subcutaneous corpse paint / 🐼 / 💀 was scaring locals and tourists alike.
Marbella Old Town Streets – 1: Ermita del Santo Christo de la Vera Cruz from Plaza Santo Christo
Marbella Old Town Streets – 2: looking north from my balcony at Calle Lobatas 31 to La Concha
Marbella Old Town Streets – 3: looking south down Calle Lobatas
Marbella Old Town Streets – 4: the blue-balconied house on Calle Ancha just up from Calle Princesa
Marbella Old Town Streets – 5: top of Calle Aduar at Plaza Leganitos looking down the hill to the sea
Marbella Old Town Streets – 6: the wooden box windows of the house on the east side of Calle Aduar (I think)
Marbella Old Town Streets – 7: looking south-west from possibly Calle Corrales Altos or Calle Corrales Bajos
Marbella Old Town Streets – 8: Edificio Postigo on Calle Postigos
Marbella Old Town Streets – 9: looking south-west on Calle Postigos up from Calle Portada
Marbella Old Town Streets – 10: the north-east exit from Plaza Castillo
Marbella Old Town Streets – 11: somewhere along Calle Castillo maybe
Marbella Old Town Streets – 12: looking west from Calle Castillo towards Plaza San Bernabe
Marbella Old Town Streets – 13: the hard corner turn at the southern end of Calle Castillo
Marbella Old Town Streets – 14: Plaza San Bernabe towards Colegio Maria Auxiliadora
Marbella Old Town Streets – 15: down the steps of Calle Carmen looking south towards Plaza Iglesia
Marbella Old Town Streets – 16: looking up at Iglesia de Ntra. Sra. de la Encarnación
Marbella Old Town Streets – 17: looking up at the main entrance to Iglesia de Ntra. Sra. de la Encarnación
Or, Alcazaba de la Medina Medieval de Marbella, from the very Arab Muslim 10th century.
Castillo Alcabaza – 1: near the corner of Calles Solano and Escuelas
Castillo Alcabaza – 2: Calle Arte
Castillo Alcabaza – 3: Calle Arte
Castillo Alcabaza – 4: Calle Arte
Castillo Alcabaza – 5: Plaza Iglesia near the corner of Calle Carmen
Castillo Alcabaza – 6: Calle Trinidad
Wandering either to my taxi pickup for pre-op consultation, mid-afternoon on July 12th, or same place, previous day, post ridiculously early flight from Berlin and probably looking for food.
Marbella Old Town Streets – 1: Calle Principe looking west from Calle Lobatas
Marbella Old Town Streets – 2: Calle Principe further along
Marbella Old Town Streets – 3: Calle Principe by the corner of Calle Ancha
Marbella Old Town Streets – 4: Looking south down Calle Ancha
Marbella Old Town Streets – 5: La Villa Marbella, corner Calles Principe and Lobatas
Marbella Old Town Streets – 6: La Villa Marbella, corner Calles Principe and Lobatas
It’s been a while since a proper hectic spring thunderstorm has passed by, and a while since I’ve had a view to enjoy it from. On the balcony watching Sonnenallee take lightning hits, the rain so heavy like monsoon season in Guangzhou.
Spring Storm, Neukölln Berlin