Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin

In August I've visited Berlin, Germany with my girlfriend Julia. One time, we took my photography gear along with us to the Gendarmenmarkt, one of the most beautiful public squares in Berlin.
Each shot is a combination of multiple longer exposure shots. With the help of my Tamron 10-24mm and a tripod I got what I wanted. The reason why I chose to do these in black and white is because I think the dynamics are stronger than in the coloured ones.
The first one is the Konzerthaus, which is the biggest building on the market. It is flanked by the two other cathedrals you see on the following images. In the middle of the plaza, there's a statue of German poet Friedrich Schiller.

I'm pretty happy with the results, and I hope you like them too. More photographs of my trip to Berlin are coming. I just wanted to have these ready first!