This is a closeup look over the "Tante Ju"'s right wing. I like the way this looks - old and modern at the same time.
The JU-52 airplane was one of the most successful planes before the Second World War. It is often referred to as "Tante Ju" or "Aunt Ju".
Last week, my family and I visited the Deutsche Technikmuseum in Berlin, a very interesting place. Here you can virtually stroll through history, you can experience trains, planes, cars, ships as well as photography or jewellery.
Enigma was the German encryption system during the Second World War. The German were so proud of it, the were absolutely sure it was unbreakable.
But they were plain wrong...
The other day, I was strolling around near Berlin Nordbahnhof. In one of the windows (former windows...) of the station, I spotted this image of a girl playing with her smartphone...
I had a blog from around 2002 until around 2014, called "Karsten Samaschke: Los jetzt!", which translates to "Karsten Samaschke: Come on, now!" and targeted myself for being not too lazy. I loved it, but I abandoned it for social networks and due to myself being ... lazy.
I also had other blogs, especially my "Family Blog" was something I really liked, but I abandoned this one around 2011 as well because I respected my kid's privacy and didn't wanted them to show up on the internet without their consent, once they reached a specific age.
Now, I'm back.