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strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 3d ago

Yesterday for tomorrow

Yep, still not Strasbourg. Hier pour demain, shop specialising in vintage items, from the 30es to the 60es.Copyright Robert Siemann, unless otherwise stated
strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 5d ago

Paris reflections in black and white

Ok, this not Strasbourg! I spent a few days in Paris, needed to get out, again. So, you know the drill: more reflections here, and more b&w here. Click, click! Simple, no?Copyright Robert Si...
strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 2W ago

Spring

Nesting in the sunCopyright Robert Siemann, unless otherwise stated
strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 2W ago

Summer

Well, not quite, but it certainly feels like itCopyright Robert Siemann, unless otherwise stated
strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 2W ago

Summertime, and the going...

... would be easy, if I still was on that italian beach. 24-25 degrees C this weekend. Sigh.Copyright Robert Siemann, unless otherwise stated
strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 3W ago

Abdullah Ă–calan

A group of people has been camping in front of the Council of Europe in hope of freeing their leader (quote). More about it here.Now turkish people, friends, this is in no way propaganda!!! ...
strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 3W ago

Skywatch Friday

Sipping my first coffee in the kitchen, watching the sky...Skywatch Friday is hereCopyright Robert Siemann, unless otherwise stated
strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 3W ago

Le troquet des kneckes

Nice restaurant in the city center, with some rather special wall mountings. Troquet des kneckes means the boy's pub, in a mix of french and southern alsatian dialect. Yeah, down there in Mu...
strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 3W ago

I'd like my pizza wet!

Well, the parlour anywayCopyright Robert Siemann, unless otherwise stated
strasbourg (almost) daily photo · 4W ago

Wet and easy

Theme day again for us city daily photographers, different theme every 1st of each month.Well, this couldn't have been easier! The theme is; WET. So, behold the wetness of an italian beach e...