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    1. Thanks Sophie! I enjoyed the city so much! I definitely want to go back because I only had about 48 hours to explore. There was so much I didn’t get to do!

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    1. Haha that totally does! I definitely need to go back too. I had just over 48 hours there, so it was really hard to see everything. πŸ™

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    1. Thank you so much Kim! Indoors is difficult for sure. I had to play around with my manual settings a lot. πŸ™‚

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  1. Ah, how can architecture be SO inspiring?! You’re literally making me want to head there asap; some of the flamboyant gold ceilings are incredible – to think so many of them were created aaaall those years ago when safety measures weren’t even in place. Crazy! Such a great post; perfect daydreaming material…

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    1. Architecture is definitely inspiring for me as well! And yes, it’s crazy to think how they created that so many years ago. I don’t even want to think about the dangerous stunts they had to perform haha. πŸ˜‰

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  2. I’ve been to Germany a number of times now and was in Hamburg again just last week, but I’m still yet to visit Berlin! It’s definitely on my (seemingly never ending) list. These are great photos. It makes me want to wonder round Berlin’s streets!

    Samio
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    1. Thanks lady! Berlin is definitely one of those cities to wander around in. There are so many cute little pockets!

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  3. I’m a big fan of your photos always! I love how even your cityscapes look minimalist and clean. The thing I love about minimalist photos is that you get to focus on the subject well since there’s not much going on in other parts of the photo. I’m still practicing taking such photos. Kind of using some of your shots as inspirations so I can practice.

    Oh and church architectures are really interesting no? Especially old churches. Some newly built churches here in the Philippines aren’t too fancy anymore, but I loved it when I visited this one church here which is a UNESCO world heritage site, I was mesmerized by the exterior, first and foremost. Too bad that I wasn’t able to see the interior since the church (weird enough) was close when I was there. :/

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    Gelleesh.com

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    1. Thank you so much Gellie! I love the minimalist clean look haha, as you can see. So glad you’re finding some inspo in my shots. Let me know if you ever need any tips!! I LOVE freaking churches. I am not religious but I can definitely appreciate them and I have so much respect for the people that commissioned them.

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