Another run, another sun(rise). Gives you energy for the day!
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. 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.
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.
April 9 with a guiding moon during my early morning run. Ever since, the melody of Sinatra’s “Fly me to the Moon” keeps on repeating itself in my head.
Those who can count might have noticed that No. 7 has no B-side. In fact, the material collected along the way was okay for an A-Side (like: the single that might make it to the Billboard charts), but nothing can be added on the B-Side. Empty vinyl, that would be it. So, here comes another day and at least April 8 has been full of early morning impressions, visible in today’s B-Side pic.
Artificial Surrounding around “Riemer Park”, running rounds around the Rodelhügel. Fantastic view towards the distant Alps, magic darkness and a pale moon, yet difficult to catch without tripod. However, not only the chain of mountains in deep velvet light has been impressive, also the mixture of modern art in public places and ongoing construction for another temple of consumption have come with a certain charm.
Run as of April 5, 2020: a bit too early to call it a sunrise, way too blurry to call it focused. Way too positive to not show my charming encounter with forest inhabitants.
Retrospective on April 4, 2020. Empty roads, few people, hardly any movement.