essentially up Hauptstraße in Lichtenberg.
All pictures flip when cursored over.
Next, a view toward Hauptstraße from several meters back, with the skate ramp on the left. In the distance are containers for brown, green, and clear glass non-deposit bottles. The latter, apparently, in greater abundance.
Most of the hovers are closeups of something in the first image.
…and then around the soft corner to the left, there’s this lovely building I call “Head Saint One-Eye” because of the street name (Haupt = head) & address number 1i, the latter of which you’ll see in a moment.
Since the courtyard party, our stroller is missing!
We need it very much because our small daughter
cannot yet walk on her own!! Please give it back!
One eye, and no baby buggy.
Now, let’s go back under the bridge the other way to the stairs that lead up onto Kynastbrücke.
The hover is the immediate view as you reach the top and look across the bridge. That’s the way home to Friedrichshain.
Finally, in the last shot below and its corresponding hover-shot, we get an overview of where we just came from, with Head Saint One-Eye taking residence near the top center of the image. Hauptstraße runs roughly parallel to that train, at least for the short stretch we followed.
The final hover photo elongates because of the height differential between the two pictures. Flipping from the main pic to the hover is like turning your head to the right, away from the main image to the other side of the bridge, looking at Ostkreuz Bahnhof from up top.