Today’s vignette concerns the bicycle that was left leaning against the wall for most of the late afternoon and the bottle that suddenly appeared next to it . . . but 30 seconds later it was already gone.
This is part of a continuing series of photos taken of a wall outside the main entrance to Bahnhof Zoo rail station, Berlin.
A soap opera is usually a radio or television series that deals with domestic situations and is frequently characterised by melodrama and sentimentality, an important element of which is the open-ended serial nature of the narrative.
It was Shakespeare who pointed out, that all the world’s a stage.
This is a street photography version, a series of vignettes documenting some of the unfolding daily drama taking place in front of a plain old wall outside the main entrance to Bahnhof Zoo rail station, a transport hub in the heart of the former West-Berlin.
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