I'm guessing it's at dusk with mist rising from the water, which conceals any horizon or break in the water.
What he said! Just at sunset and the mist starting rolling in. But with a fast shutter though, it was very still that day
Reminds me of my mothers paintings she's norwegian but lives in Denmark.
They are very pretty!
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Amazing, where in Denmark did you take this?
It's from a place near Aarhus where I live. The exact spot is somewhere at Kalø Vig near the coast
Mange tak skal du have! Vi er heldige med sådan en dejlig by! 😅
Scandinavia and Northern Europe profile :)
How long does it take to get to the bridge from the entrance of the park (or wherever you start walking from)? I’ve always wanted to go see it, but can’t decide if going solo would be sketchy or safe
I stayed in Berlin for 6 months. So my girlfriend and I rented a car one day and drove approx. 2,5 hours to get there. But it is actually quite easy to get there. From the parking lot it's a five minutes walk or so. It is not sketchy at all to go there. It's a small city with friendly people, so don't worry. Just get there early, so you can get the spot to yourself :)
Awesome, thank you so much for the info! :)
You are welcome! I hope you get to see it one day!
It's Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus, Berlin. A friend of mine recently showed me a very similar photo he took.
Right you are! It is definitely a great place to explore in Berlin!
I've added it to my wish list. I've visited Germany 3 or 4 times already and there are so many places I've yet to see. Berlin is right up there. It's just a big, varied country.
It really is! I had the pleasure of living in Berlin for 7 months and there are just so many places I still want to go to!
And Germany has everything from nice beaches to snowy mountains, so there should be something for anyone!
While I kind of like what the current "tenants" are doing with the place, I really miss how eerie it was to be there when it was properly abandoned. Whenever I see the domes I feel really humble that I was able to be there before the guided groups.
I really envy you for having experienced this place before the tenants took over the place. I could only imagine how it would have been to explore this place when it was "really" abandoned !
It was my first real urbex experience, creepy as hell and sheer luck that a mate next door in my dorm came up to me on my first day in Berlin like "Hey man.. you wanna go to this abandoned place in the Grundwald?". In the end I was there three times before the takeover.
Do you remember all those fixed up holes in the fence? There was usually one open somewhere, where you could squeeze in. After that the whole area was open for you. My favorite are the I think two basement levels, complete darkness, with a then closed safe in them. I went deep into Google, trying to find information what the whole place was meant for and there are some GREAT conspiracy theories which are just great reads, considering how insane they are.
On the other hand, it was suuuper dangerous. Loads of doors leading to 10m drops, all the pallets that are installed now weren't there, it was just a bad accident waiting to happen.
Sounds like quite an experience you've had. You can still try to get in through a hole in the fences, but they have "guards" now at the area trying to get any intruders coming in. Regarding the basements, then my experience was that a lot of parts had been locked away for the "public" so to say. So the only place you can really see are the station itself - and the street art inside of course.
But great you "survived" to tell the tale! There are still many passages where you can fall quite far, so I guess it is a bad place to be drunk...
Looks like something out of a fairy tale!
It definitely does! And thank you!
Thank you for posting it - I am from Germany but never knew about the place!
You should go there! 2 hours or so from Berlin!