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Built by the Nazis and overtaken by the Red Army in 1945, Potsdam’s Krampnitz Kaserne is like Disneyland for the urban explorer. I visited the ghost town over the Easter holidays.
One of the places I really enjoyed exploring in Munich was the Olympic Village. It wasn’t home to just the closed-down München Olympiastadion station, which was what initially brought me there. I was equally enthralled to discover an active, bustling, even noisy residential area, where lush balcony gardens and abundant green spaces truly brought out […]
A month after my return from Munich, I have finally sorted through most of my travel photos. Time to get this blog started! This will mainly be a place for me to chronicle my ever-so-slow progress as a photographer. I bought my first proper camera in May, so shooting in manual is still a very […]