While I was in Berlin for the second time I found out I had not been chosen for a working project in the UK which had been my main goal since the third semester. Of course I found myself totally depressed because I really couldn’t undestand why they didn’t pick me especially after a very successful interview.
That was the moment when Isa asked me whether I wanted to move to Berlin with her in order to learn some german and maybe collect some working experience. It couldn’t be more obvious. I didn’t have anything to lose and thinking about living with her for the following months was like a dream to me.
From then on my mood switched impressively and, even if I knew I had to come back home before moving there for real, I couldn’t help but smile all the time.
The pics included in this album were taken during those days, some in Berlin – Isa’s portraits @ Beelitz Hailstaetten and Mauerpark, street art @ Raw Tempel, and the huge lollipops in front of the Berliner Dom – and some others in my hometown – portraits of Marta and of little cute Ama. I’m not surprised at all about the overall attitude.
Lubitel 166+, Fuji Fujichrome MS 100/1000 Professional / Fuji Velvia 50 (120) [last 2 pics], October 2012, Berlin / Sondrio (Italy)