Enjoy wandering around the moments, sliced out of reality and frozen in time by Moretea of LIQUID EYE, a travelling photographer and digital content creator for events, stage-shows, print- and online media, based in Berlin, Germany. If you're interested in buying framed prints or learn more about the services LIQUID EYE provides, feel free to visit the following sites:

Take a walk with me and enjoy discovering some typical and sometimes unusual sights and things my hometown has to offer.
A few shots from my visit to the beautiful city of Basel located at the border triangle of Germany, France and Switzerland. Home of the well known ART Basel exhibition site.
A few shots from a visit at the Brussels Expo in autumn which is always good for some interesting light. This is the famous World’s Fairground with some pretty impresssive architecture and the iconic Atomium located at the district of Laeken on the Heysel Plateau.
Some impressions of a quick visit at the Danube on a very short working trip to Budapest on one of the hottest days in summertime. The temperature that day was around 35 degrees celsius or more.
Follow me and enjoy a nice relaxed summer walk through some parts of the beautiful city of Lyon located at the River Rhine in France.
A few shots from my visit to the nice little city of Nice at the Côte d'Azur in the south of France.
A variety of architectural shots from around the world. Not necessarily the typical images you might expect concerning this topic, but hey ... that's the LIQUID EYE way to see the world. See for yourself and enjoy the discovery.
Reflections and wild edits of the HKW Berlin Charlottenburg, a Heating Power Plant.
Element of Surprise
Discover and enjoy all sorts of mixed and sometimes unusual sights 'n things in this unsorted photo collection full of surprises from the attic of time.
Discover and enjoy a collection of Earth's creatures i met wherever i roamed this planet.
Pinhole Photography
Welcome to my first experiments with the professional Pinhole Pro X Zoom "Lens" for DSLR Cameras from Thingyfy. Technically it is not a lens. It's a high precision hole with a diameter of less than a millimeter in a CNC machined piece of aluminium. It is available with mounts for the most common DSLR and mirrorless cameras on the market. The Pro X version for Canon DSLRs that i'm using here on my 5D mkIII has the following specs: 0,25mm Hole Ø / Aperture Size, 40-60mm focal length, 55-74° FOV, 150g weight. And because it's an actual hole, i attached a 55mm UV Filter to it to keep my sensor safe from harm.
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