Posts Tagged ‘fake plants’


Stumbled on a very large tulip doubling as a bike rack in a very small front garden at the Moving Poets studio complex. Was there for the Kunst am Spreeknie art festival happening this weekend, which includes a free solar ferry up and down the Spree river! The Spreeknie is a kink in the river that really does look like a knee.
Update: more pictures from our field trip in this post from Beton + Garten.

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strawberry shine

Every June and July, big red metal strawberries pop up all over Berlin. I always smile when I see them, pause to buy a pound or two of strawberries (the best in town) but rarely stop to photograph them. Now Kate Seabrook, the photographer behind Endbahnhof, is searching for strawberries every Sunday, camera in hand, and sharing her observations here.

I found the strawberry above at Alexanderplatz station; for Kate’s photos, visit her blog.

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At Asia Mekong, which is, counterintuitively, a Korean grocery store in Mitte.

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Off doing country village plant research for awhile. Found a sunflower in the snow. Wishing happy holidays to people and plants everywhere!

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