Hamburg Photo Diary

One Picture - Three Seasons

(Photo: Meri Sorgaard)

Little Ducky searching for food in the cold lake

Photo: Meri Sorgaard



Speicherstadt In Contrast 

Located in the port of Hamburg in the HafenCity quarter, Speicherstadt (Stock City) is the largest timber-pile founded warehouse district in the world. It was built between 1883 to 1927. The buildings are still used as warehouses and as museum venues. Several companies also have their offices here, while Speicherstadt is also housing some of the best restaurants in Hamburg. (Photo: Meri Sorgaard)


Tim and I at Deichtorhallen during the Horizon Field Exhibition by Antony Gormley in September.

(Photo: Meri Sørgaard, all rights reserved)


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Sailboats on the Alster

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Summer 2012

The beautiful St. Petri Church in Hamburg / Hauptkirche St. Petri - Cold winter morning

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Hamburger Hafen covered in snow on the 6th December - Christmas is getting closer

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Opera House in the making... 

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Fudge for every taste!

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