Whilst on my travels in June I managed to go to some beautiful places in Europe. I love to documenting on my travels, to create memories of where I’ve been. I work so quickly it’s easy to miss the beautiful bits. Travel photography Europe.
During my Cannes tour, I managed to get out and do some street photography. I won’t mention this was amounst sourcing restaurants in the evening, with my phone of all things!
Obviously I love to upwork my imagery afterwards in Photoshop, so these might not be the very original copies 😉
Both May and June I’ve travelled to Berlin, Germany to capture events for Facebook, but the last photographic commission was to document a telecommunications summit, regarding upcoming technology. Won’t go into details 😉
I was there for the day, flew out the night before to a dark east soide Berlin. On my own, roaming the streets trying to find my hotel. There’s a lot of building work going on in the east side of Berlin at the moment, so lots of scaffolding up, not being able to see the hotel signs.
I must have got to the hotel around 10pm, dumped my bags and grabbed a greasy Mc D’s to satisfy my hunger. For a moment or two at least.
The hotel was quite quirky with an industrial arty feel. Exposed concrete walls and polished floors. Painted ventilation and a young feel about the place. Think it was either brand new or it was recently refurbed.
I woke at midnight with people running around upstairs which was quite annoying. Then again at 5am with banging loud music. Which I didn’t mind so much as I’m usually awake around that time anyway with my kids wanting to come in watch tv.
The music was of good taste too!
I can’t show any imagery from the event, but it was held in a WW2 Bakery, which had a strange eerie feel about it. Felt more like a disused prison if I’m totally honest. Fascinating to me, and had massive rooms with pillars and unused offices (now offices).
Here’s a few images from my time away.