Cheap flag purchased on Commercial Drive, Vancouver. What an amazing day. What a glorious heat wave.
Berlin Hauptbahnhof, Friday, July 4, 2014.
The cutest dogs ride the M10 tram, Berlin.
World Cup viewing, Neükolln. We have watched all over the city—every place has a unique vibe. Tonight we rode our bikes to this sweet little Imbiss in Hasenheide Park to meet friends, one a Brazilian girl. Her Irish boyfriend accidentally chose a viewing spot filled with Chileans.
This Berlin magazine has dedicated an issue to Montreal’s beautiful Rue Bernard Ouest—that great street with busy sidewalk cafés, old-timey kosher bakeries, fancy cheese shops and Hasidim families. Oh and one cool little below-ground bookshop with a neon sign.
I love that street. Go! And have the mussels at the corner place.
Prater beer garden and viewing tent, for those for whom large flat screens hanging to various trees is Just Not Enough.
Prater is the oldest beer garden in town, I think. It’s nice. Good beer and sausage. Pretty garden. Pretty people.
Café in Prenzlauer Berg. It looks like it was a place where DDR artists, intellectuals and thinkers came to feel normal.
Kastanienallee, today. Lots of people. Music. Flags, and this couple preparing for their honeymoon. Nice MG.
Love Baths. Love this song.
“It takes a lot of courage to go out there and radiate your essence.”
"What’s love telling me to do right now?"
Baths - Maximalist
Summer summer. Sweet Swedish midsummer—marked with crowns of flowers, pickled herring, strawberries, new potatoes and vodka. Next year?
Berlin Midsommar 2013, by Sibilla Calzolari
Straßmannstraße this evening. Pretty relaxed, but for the relentless evening sounds of soccer cheers. Now it’s Spain and Chile.
Sounds like Berlin. Courtesy of producer and DJ Oliver Koletski.