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regardingberlin:

Happy birthday to Werner Herzog!

regardingberlin:

Happy birthday to Werner Herzog!

Hmm. Nike huh? Well played. Of course this is a reference to Steve Jobs’ commencement speech. Hungry German Youth? Well, let’s see how people take it.’Cause German youth, echoes that other Youth, for me, anyway.
Photo by Alvim, Frankfurter Alle, Friedrichshain.

Hmm. Nike huh? Well played. Of course this is a reference to Steve Jobs’ commencement speech. Hungry German Youth? Well, let’s see how people take it.’Cause German youth, echoes that other Youth, for me, anyway.

Photo by Alvim, Frankfurter Alle, Friedrichshain.

streetberlin:

berlin wittenbergplatz 2014 | street photography | martin waltz

streetberlin:

berlin wittenbergplatz 2014 | street photography martin waltz

Old New York is always inspiring.

Old New York is always inspiring.

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gretsuu:

#Fashion_Ladys on We Heart Ithttp://weheartit.com/entry/107967267/via/Fashion_Ladys

gretsuu:

#Fashion_Ladys on We Heart It
http://weheartit.com/entry/107967267/via/Fashion_Ladys

aurelas:

Knee long black chiffon full skirt by HiddenRoom (80.00 USD) http://ift.tt/1eFS0ZI

aurelas:

Knee long black chiffon full skirt by HiddenRoom (80.00 USD) http://ift.tt/1eFS0ZI

Franz Marc, Schöpfungsgeschichte II, 1914

Franz Marc, Schöpfungsgeschichte II, 1914

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His physical form actually works to his advantage. Philip is not particularly any one way, which means he can be anybody at all. One of the most important keys to acting is curiosity. I am curious to the point of being nosy, and I think Philip is the same. What that means is you want to devour lives. You’re eager to put on their shoes and wear their clothes and have them become a part of you. All people contain mystery, and when you act, you want to plumb that mystery until everything is known to you.

Meryl Streep speaking about the late Philip Seymour Hoffman in 2008 after they starred together in Doubt.

What a loss. Philip Seymour Hoffman 1967-2014

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Warm up.

Warm up.

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Arcade Fire, tomorrow at Astra Kulturhaus.
A Canadian colleague is friends with the drummer, so we’re dressing up (there’s a formal dress code) in suits and dresses. I’m hoping my friend Jelena will wear her fur vest, one her father received as payment for a gig he played in Sarajevo.

Arcade Fire, tomorrow at Astra Kulturhaus.

A Canadian colleague is friends with the drummer, so we’re dressing up (there’s a formal dress code) in suits and dresses. I’m hoping my friend Jelena will wear her fur vest, one her father received as payment for a gig he played in Sarajevo.

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Vancouver’s Dan Bejar in Berlin December 5th with 5 new songs. Spanish songs. His performances are always the oddest and most wonderful evenings.

Vancouver’s Dan Bejar in Berlin December 5th with 5 new songs. Spanish songs. His performances are always the oddest and most wonderful evenings.

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And a very pretty German Man version, Berthold Rothas.

And a very pretty German Man version, Berthold Rothas.

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Remembrance Day passed this week with only friends’ Facebook posts to remind me. People posted photos of grandfathers who fought in the war and images of remembrance ceremonies in various places in Canada. 
This is from the visit mom and I took to the Sachsenhausen camp. War reminders are part of the fabric of Berlin. I rarely think of the decorated or uniformed war “heroes” here—the ones for whom we play Taps or the pipes, in North America—though I’ve been moved by those ceremonies many times. Here it’s the women and children held hostage in Berlin and the people held in camps that I think of, the nuns and new mothers and babies housed in my school when it was women’s hospital and the Soviets arrived.
WIlfred Owen puts it best: “The old Lie; Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori”. (It’s sweet and right to die for your country).

Remembrance Day passed this week with only friends’ Facebook posts to remind me. People posted photos of grandfathers who fought in the war and images of remembrance ceremonies in various places in Canada. 

This is from the visit mom and I took to the Sachsenhausen camp. War reminders are part of the fabric of Berlin. I rarely think of the decorated or uniformed war “heroes” here—the ones for whom we play Taps or the pipes, in North America—though I’ve been moved by those ceremonies many times. Here it’s the women and children held hostage in Berlin and the people held in camps that I think of, the nuns and new mothers and babies housed in my school when it was women’s hospital and the Soviets arrived.

WIlfred Owen puts it best: “The old Lie; Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori”. (It’s sweet and right to die for your country).

Frei Universität, Berlin. We took our students for a nature walk to get inspired to write poems.

Frei Universität, Berlin. We took our students for a nature walk to get inspired to write poems.