Often when we are on our way to somewhere or just walking around somewhat randomly (as we do sometimes just to get some fresh air or stretch our legs), we spot many interesting things. And somehow if we could gather all these little things together, that’s what would form our impressions of a place. But normally when I post a blog, it’s about some specific destination or event. So today I decided to start a new blog event called “A Walk in the World”, where the idea is to post a few pictures (or even one) from a walk that you’ve taken, whether in a city, town, village or countryside location. Looking back in a decade or two, it will be interesting just to see how daily life looked in 2015! And for someone living on the other side of the world, that ordinary street you walk down every day might be really interesting.
If you would like to join this event, feel free to write a post sharing some of your own photos, and link back to this event page. I’ll then post links to your blog posts on the page of my latest Walk in the World post.
On Sunday we took a walk around a part of Mauerpark and Prenzlauerberg to check out the streets during the Fete de la Musique, an annual event around Midsummer’s day in Berlin. We came across many bands playing in cafes, parks and on the streets, and also just came across people enjoying a Sunday afternoon in Berlin on the longest day of the year.