The finale of my sunrise series happens in the most comfortable way: The last spot I have chosen is the Eastern part of my appartment. I witness the change of colours in the sky for a full hour before I manage to catch the exact moment when the sun crosses the horizontal axis. I try to ignore the itching thought of ideal spring weather at my planned destinations (eg Bretagne) and focus on what I have instead. I have had 30 days in a row, all with perfect conditions for early morning runs and a maximum variety of sunups.
Ha! Exactly 1 month ago I froze the yearning for travel, for vanlife and freedom in a picture. And as of May 28, I have just come back from a short trip with great little Hector – but that is another short-story for another day.
Once upon a time (> 25 years ago), the former airport was closed and a park has been established. With neatly arranged rows of trees, paths that seem to continue endlessly on straight lines and an artificial lake. The Riemer Park never got rid of its very special ambiance – here is how it looked like on April 25, 2020.
Fragments. Pieces of a regular world. Never forget to widen the horizon.
Don’t we all look for contact these days?
I like to witness changes: The old still visible, the new developping, the urban and the suburban parts melt into each other. Lucky me that the Eastern part of München develops in a dynamic way.
Another splendid morning. Downtown, the city is like a sleeping giant with few insects crawling on it’s skin.
München and the development of the Werksviertel: Once it was a factory area, then full of clubs and bars and all kinds of nightlife places, now it turns into a new high class quarter. I used to love dancing here, surrounded by subculture events, container café and interim-usage, while now it becomes very established for a more distinguished public. Still, traces of mixed-up times remain, leading to two more pictures as of April 20.
No shadow without light during April 2020: I might be disabled thanks to my shoulder injury, but the weather is in favour for my sunup project. 27 out of 30 days start with a motley assortment of colours and April 19 is no exception to this rule.