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29 thoughts on “Hamburg: Reminisce about the City of Water”

    1. I am glad that you like it 🙂 I often travel alone so my camera is my only companion. He see what I see, so I think why not telling stories from his perspective 😛

    1. In my opinion, it is the best part of the city. Although sunny days are rare in Hamburg (even in summer), the city is still worth a trip 🙂

  1. I did not know that Hamburg was connected by waterways and canals; I have learnt something new today. Lovely photographs and a wonderful glimpse into a beautiful city!

    1. Partially! I only miss my friends. The scenery is great, but it gets boring after 10 years. There is nothing new, except a new concert hall 🙂 And I surely don’t miss Hamburg’s weather.

      1. Haha, oh I didn’t realise you were there for 10 years. That sounds just like Australia, nothing new in 10 years except maybe a new road leading to nowhere. 😂

    1. My pleasure 🙂 Though I didn’t grow up in Hamburg, I call the harbour city my second hometown. I lived there for almost 10 years.

  2. I know I say this every time, but I so appreciate your photography – such clarity, excellent composition, and you capture the light so beautifully.
    You’ve sold me on Hamburg. It looks like an amazing city.
    Alison

  3. I remembered everything that I loved about Hamburg during my stay there — through your post. Thank you for refreshing my memories and sharing such beautiful photos to go with them. I got only bleak, cold days because I was there dab in the middle of winter. Yet it did nothing to detract from its charms.

    1. Undoubtedly. The city can be chilly and windy during but it still looks beautiful. My most favourite place in winter is the museum. Warm and lots of things to see. Speicherstadt also looks great on snowy days (not much though). I love the contrast between the red bricks and the white snow 🙂

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