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Photo essay: Wandering in Berlin

by Jahanshah Javid

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How dare they calling you G..! 109 is to prove them wrong!

by obama on

You can throw away the rest and spend all your time on that! I wonder how we would react if she wouldn't have shaved! Those razors are priceless, sometimes!

Vielen dank!

Flying Solo

Nice pictures

by Flying Solo on

Did they only have devastatingly beautiful women in Berlin? 

#10 is magnificent. Even better if it were followed by a similar shot of a man.  #74 is promising, but he appears to be taken and the fantasy is hence shattered. As for #63, somehow the image of a naked man reading the paper in a park doesn't quite do for females what the reverse does for men.

Watch out JJ for you are fast developing the reputation of a professional ogler - greying hair and all.  

Too many pictures of deli sosees. Hope you are next heading to a more exotic locale - food wise. Maybe Italy. Now from there I DEMAND male pictures - front and rear. :)


JJJ do you rent any bicycles in Europe?

by Anonymouse on

If not, I'd recommend it.  You can cover more grounds and get less tired.  I've been to Germany (Frankfurt) on a layover and it was nice.  I'll go there again.

Did you try and rent a BMW to go 200 MPH?!  I think I'll rent one next time I go, hopefully I'll make it out alive!

BTW, I only see legs in pic 109.  What devastating beauty?!  I know sexy legs can become hallucinating, yesterday I saw one go into a CVS and I was so ... well never mind! 

Everything is sacred.

Jahanshah Javid

I understand :)

by Jahanshah Javid on

Yes Siamack. She came and sat at the cafe. Devastating beauty. A guy joined her five minutes later. Lucky bastard.


Picture 109

by Siamack on

I keep pressing my face and beard against the screen for picture 109. Is there something wrong with me? I am happily married with three beautiful kids and a dream wife.Help me.Siamack

Jahanshah Javid

Too casual?

by Jahanshah Javid on

Thanks Nahzi. I keep the photo essays as casual and general as possible. But I see your point too and will try to put more information on the photos in the future.



by Nahzi on

Thanks JJ,

I especially love the pictures with your personal notes on them.  I have been attending various occasions and traveling far far lands along with you, through your pictorials, for quite some time.  Keep it on and do share notes with us as well.  For example, please type the name of historical places or notable locations on the picture as you do the other notes.  It is so informative.

Thanks again, Nahzi

Jahanshah Javid


by Jahanshah Javid on

JamH, I did turn around and they were actually Iranians :)

Asghar62, it would be great if you could share your Berlin photos sometime. They're part of history now. As for Vienna, I've been there a couple of times, but the last time was almost 20 years ago. It is a gorgeous city. Will revisit soon!


A question

by jamh on

When you were aimlessly wandering around, did you ever think that the people behind you were speaking farsi and turned around only to see two blond germans speaking german?


Great pictures

by asghar62 on

Thanks for sharing JJ. It reminded me of the time that I was visiting Berlins in (I believe) in 1986, and later in 1989 when the Wall came down. I even managed to break some pieces of the Wall for myself. I even have some photos from that time, once digitalized, I will post them here. While you are traveling in central Europe, I would strongly recommend you to visit Vienna as well. You will enjoy it. I went to school there.