Staircase inside the Laeiszhof, Hamburg, Germany
This Victory Gate in Munich was originally dedicatd to the Bavarian army. It was nearly destroyed in WWII and after reconstroction was dedicated to peace with a plaque reading "Dedicated to victory, destroyed by war, urging peace"
The Road to Enlightenment
To Olympia and Below
The colorful Olympia Einkaufszentrum U-Bahn Station in Munich, Germany
Escher in Berlin
The dizzying atrium of a shopping mall in Berlin.
The Neue Wache Pietà
The sculpture "Mother with her Dead Son" by Käthe Kollwitz. Found in the Central Memorial of the Federal Republic of Germany for the Victims of War and Tyranny. Placed directly under an oculus in the ceiling, the statue is exposed to the rain, snow and cold of the Berlin climate, symbolizing the suffering of civilians during World War II.
View from the bridge over Wandrahmsfleet in Speicherstadt, Hamburg, Germany
Capturing the U6 incoming train in Garching Station
Taken inside an office building in Munich, Germany
Exit the Frame
Looking out onto the port of Hamburg from inside the atrium of a modern building.
Hafen City U-Bahn Station, Hamburg, Germany
Candidplatz, Under the Rainbow
The Candidplatz U-Bahn Station, Munich, Germany
Westfriedhof, Dome Light Station
Another of my favorite subway stations...Westfriedhof, Munich, Germany
The Endless Staircase
This staircase is actually a piece of art designed by Olafur Eliasson. It is a double spiral of steel standing over 9 meters high at the entrance of the KPMG office building in Munich, Germany. The blend of art & architecture, completed in 2004, is called Umschreibung. It is believed to be the only staircase in the world that a person can go up and down without changing direction.
The Blue Underground
The Überseequartier U-Bahn station, Hamburg, Germany.
Wall on the inside of the Olympia Einkaufszentrum U-Bhan Station, Munich, Germany
Meßbunhof Building Staircase, Hamburg, Germany.