I finally managed to get myself a city map of Berlin. Wherever I move or travel to - in order to get to know the place better I need a map. So eventually after more than one month of living in the capital I could cross that thing off of my "things to do to make Berlin more homey"-list.
Since the walk to the Alexanderplatz, where I suspected the closest info-point to my place, is quite long I snapped at the chance to take some photos of my surround. I made few of the St. Thomas church, located in Kreuzberg.
Just recently I downloaded the free image manipulation program GIMP. I tried out a bunch of nice features to edit the photos I took of the church and I have to say, that turning the colours really got me, changing the blue sky into orange I liked the most. Of course my photos don't look perfect, but I am really motivated in learning a lot about the program and its functions, especially since I am planning on saving for an SLR camera and maybe becoming a real hobby photographer (time to get a considerable hobby next to just strolling around on planet Earth I suppose)!
See you soon,