This post is somewhat more personal than our usual posts. Actually it is really different. We hope you don’t mind. In the last years we have been traveling all over Europe, taking tons of photos for our website and Instagram. Once, while walking through the streets of Berlin we asked ourselves a question: “What if we limited ourselves to take only one photo per cafe? What would the result look like and how would this change our perception of cafes and people we meet?” It was just before our trip to Baltic countries that Ales brought an old Zenith camera that belonged to his grandfather. We took this camera off a dusty shelf and we gave it a new chance to serve its true function during our trip to Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius.
What follows is a visual story of the trip we took in February 2015. Enjoy the views of each city through the eye of an old analog camera.
Photo 01: Kaffa Roastery, Helsinki
Photo 02: Kahvila Sävy, Helsinki
Photo 03: Good Life Coffee, Helsinki
Photo 04: Freese Coffee Co., Helsinki
Photo 05: Johan & Nystrom, Helsinki
Photo 06: Fratello Torrefazione, Helsinki
Photo 07: Gourmet Coffee, Tallinn
Photo 08: Gourmet Coffee City, Tallinn
Photo 09: The Living Room, Tallinn
Photo 10: Miit Tiim, Riga
Photo 11: Cafe Dali, Riga
Photo 12: Rocket Bean Roastery, Riga
Photo 13: King Coffee Service Latvia, Riga
Photo 14: Gemoss Coffee Studio, Riga
Photo 15: UFF Cafe, Vilnius
Photo 16: No Sugar, Vilnius
Photo 17: Coffee Inn Lab, Vilnius
Photo 18: Sviezia Kava, Vilnius
Photo 19: TASTE MAP, Vilnius
Photo 20: Crooked Nose & Coffee Stories, Vilnius
Photo 21: European Coffee Trip, Vilnius
Ales would like to dedicate this photo series to his grandfather, Zdenek Dolinek.