Small signs posted high on light poles, with strange pictures of objects from cats to this one, an electrical plug.
On the backside are signs of new rules that were posted in this Jewish quarter by the Nazis.
"Jews must turn in all optical and electrical machines, bicycles, typewriters and records."
And not a block from our house, this sign appears on the lawn in front of a rundown block of flats. Albert Einstein lived here for 15 years, during his vital years when he won the Nobel Prize until he was run out of Germany.
Strange signs everywhere. Is the FBI really that desperate for money?
The old days pop up here and there...
While the new ways take over.
Remnants of the Wall covered with gum.
My daughter wanted to know what these ads were trying to say.
Be careful which one to pick for your wedding cake...
But at least the Germans read!
A manly man reading in the park. And not just small books but 1500 page tomes. Bookstores everywhere.
What does it mean when cigarette depositories look like Mike in Monsters Inc?
Or giant elephants appear in the city? (on the way to Dresden by train my wife swears she saw 3 elephants by the side of the road).
Or that Zebras sleep with gazelles?
Or hippos glow?
Or that after a rain, the walls of the Holocost memorial appear to have tears?
Who knows? But Berlin is proving to be anew adventure everyday....
Many of these great pics were taken by Dorottya Csegezi!