Saturday, 19 March 2016


Check out this promotion at Fine Art America, digital impressionist print of Whitby Harbour

Return to Berghain

I recently made a return photo trip to Berghain. For 5 days only here is a promotional discounted canvas print available from FineArtAmerica:

Sunday, 19 January 2014

Berghain, Berlin

One of my favourite buildings in Berlin has to be the Berghain Club, named for its position on the border between Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain. Originally built as part of the Ostbahnhof complex, the building was first used as a club in 1998 with the name Ostgut. It opened as Berghain in 2004. A few recent photos are below, with links for print purchase. For commercial use please contact me.

Print purchase for personal use -
In the US from Fine Art America
In England from Photo4me
In Germany from Artflakes

Print purchase for personal use -
In the US from Fine Art America
In England from Photo4me
In Germany from Artflakes

Print purchase for personal use -
In the US from Fine Art America
In England from Photo4me
In Germany from Artflakes

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Brandenburg Gate, Berlin

The Brandenburg Gate is always a favourite subject to photograph, always a pleasure to visit, to take time to relax in Pariser Platz and watch the many and varied people wandering through.

Here are a few recent images:

More images can be viewed on my website
and prints purchased from Fine Art America or Artflakes

Sunday, 6 October 2013

Fort Sarbinowo

Fort Sarbinowo, built between 1883 and 1887 as an artillery fort, is located near Kostrzyn in Poland. When built it formed part of a ring of forts around Kostrzyn but it soon became obsolete due to the development of military technology. The fort was however used in World War I, when it was lit by oil lamp and used carrier pigeons to communicate with the outside world. Today it is a crumbling ruin, the bricks used to construct it being of a poor quality, time, frost and moisture have contributed to the decay.

More photos can be found on my website

and prints can be purchased through Fine Art America

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Jewish Cemetery, Weissensee, Berlin

Photos from the Jewish Cemetery in Weissensee, Berlin, which is the second largest Jewish Cemetery in Europe (the largest is in Lodz, Poland) at approx. 100 acres and with 115,000 burials. It was opened in 1880. Today it is very overgrown, with broken memorials covered in ivy, making it a rather picturesque and relaxing place to visit.

Images may also be purchased as prints from Fine Art America 

Saturday, 5 March 2011

The Berlin Wall Memorial Centre

The Berlin Wall Memorial Centre on Bernauer Strasse is the main site dedicated to the division of Berlin. Work on the site is currently on-going with extensions of the open air exhibition area and should be fully complete by 2012.

The Visitor Centre is located across the street from Nordbahnhof.

The first open air exhibition is now complete. This shows the layout of the wall and the death strip.

The Window of Remembrance records the names alongside a photograph of victims of the wall.

The Chapel of Reconciliation