Every picture tells a story – but not every story makes a book
Urban Bites is a gallery with a collection of little (single picture) urban tales.
Objects found on a walk, buildings where a closer exploration was not possible or just snapshots from somewhere.
Most recent Urban Bites
One of many entrances to the metro network in Bucharest. On a weekdays afternoon it’s not too busy in here – but beware the rush hours!
Big clouds escape the cooling tower of the nuclear power plant in Leibstadt. On a nice day it almost looks as the clouds for the rainy days get produced in facilities like this one.
On the lower side of the hydroelectric power station in Aarau, a door is hidden between walls and a stair. It looks like a secret entrance which the builders tried to hide from the public view.
A quick snapshot of the hydroelectric power station in Aarau on a nice and sunny day in December.
This one, I have to confess, is not really urban exploration – it’s just the snapshot of a hotel corridor near Brussels where I stayed for a few nights during a training. A little magic in the development – and it looks not too inviting anymore…
On a Sunday’s drive and walk, we found this fascinating old house on Lake Lucerne. By looking at the building, it seemed as there could still be people living in. Together with the many pedestrians there, a closer examination was tempting but seemed not possible.