Seen today near Bahnhof Friedrichsstraße, on Marienstraße to be exact…
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Our quiz about plants near Berlin’s U8 subway line is officially over! The poster in the Bernauer Straße station came down last week and it’s time to announce a winner and reveal the answers to the quiz.
If you haven’t tried the quiz, you can still find it here – just for fun, no more prizes will be awarded. If you’re ready to see the answers, read on.
While we’re on the topic of seedlings, and since it’s once again spring and planting time, here’s a photo of some seedlings I saw one year ago. It was at that time, the beginning of May 2008, that Sara and I started the Urban Plant Research project. This was one of the first entries in my logbook, made while Sara was still here on her Berlin visit.
I made these notes and pictures quite awhile ago, but didn’t finish the roll of film until last week. It’s just been too cold for photographing, for me. But last week I shot a fair amount so there will be a few more posts coming up.
10 November 2008, ca. 15:30
In front of ‘Schwarzer Kanal,’ Michaelkirchstr, Kreuzberg, Berlin
A sprawling, frothing, seeding, fluff-loaded vine-growth is hanging all over this stretch of sagging construction fence, looking just as if it was what pulled the fence down into the matted grass and weeds. (more…)