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.
Standing Still: Big Wheel of Fortune
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.
Retrospective on April 18, 2020. Not much going on these days…
Detecting more of the Ostpark: They built a hill with a view. For no other purpose than having that view. There is not much to be seen, but still – not the worst place to be around sunrise, even better when part of the early morning run.
Detecting new areas in my surrounding, such as: Ostpark. Very urban.
April 16, 2020. Artificial Times, Artificial Lake, Real Sunrise
Another run, another sun(rise). Gives you energy for the day!
Early Morning Run on April 15
Another gap (April 13 with no wide range of splendid pictures) brings us to April 14: all silent, only parked cars indicate that people might be around. The lake lies abandoned, the air is cold and the wind is cloudy. And then, tiny rays of light shine trhough.
Isar. Munich. Did I mention that it has such a wonderful flair around sunrise that I went there twice during April 2020??
Isar: April 12, 2020
Isar. The river dividing Munich into East and West, cutting a diagonal into the city map. And so charming around 6 a.m. that I had to go there twice in April.
Isar: April 11, 2020
Retrospective on a cloudless sunrise on April 10, 2020. An empty sky requires different timing: Take pictures of the preferred spot of the day 15-20 minutes before the sun crosses the horizon line. Typical colours are blue and velvet / pale pink (cloudless, early) compared to vibrant pink and orange (directly after sunup with the right portion of reflecting clouds). I definitely built up non-economic knowledge.
Construction Time Again