Freyburg, upmost north laying old wine gardens in Germany

Freyburg and the northernmost wineries

leaving aside superlatives, Freyburg offers an out-of-the-crowd visit to a septentrional wine region with surprising views and very enjoyable wines. Free horses and flower gardens settled in disused old East-Germany-Era army training grounds. Following the river Unstrut to the south you find Naumburg (Saale), old light railways and a surprisingly large cathedral.

Ines at the alte noerdlicher Friedhof, Munich, photoshooting mid autumn at sunset

thougtful at the graveyard

in mid november one hour before sunset taking a walk by the alter noerdliche Friedhof in Munich

Daiana photoshooting hard light late summer afternoon natural light

Daiana

Alvi Photo-shooting Summer

Alvi

a photo-shooting in the city

Summer, sun, friends, and game of Hub at the Feldmochingersee. Clustering the marks to ease the topping

the lake and a game of Kubb

Sunday on a mid July afternoon at the lake, friends, a game of Kubb, laughter, competitiveness, teasing, focusing on the marks, joy, excitement. Winners and losers dining all together at sunset.

1972 Olympic Games Regatta course Oberschleißheim near Munich. Start side under a menacing sky just before the storm.

the regatta course and the summer storm

in a warm summer afternoon the sky darkens suddenly and a storm rolls very fast over the 1972 Munich Olympic Games Regatta course taking some casual rowers by surprise. The course lays some 15Km north of Munich and it is declared a historical site.

The watching towers stand empty on the sides of the course. People jog or cycle around on rounds of some 4Km. A group of four young men does not take too much notice of the storm and keep jogging under the rain. Others take cover under the overhangs by the stores on the north side.

Two hours later the sun shows up to say good night lighting the poplars alley on the way back to the city.

Neuhausen, Munich, Gewofag historical social residential development from 1920 to 1940 from Hans Döllgast, Gustav Gsaenger, Otho Orlando Kurz, Wolfgang Vogel and Peter Danzer.

Neuhausen and Gewofag

built between the 1920 and 1930, these rows of Gewofag social housing development in Neuhausen enjoy the protection of the city for its heritage value. Best enjoyed in the late afternoon, when the low sun beams brings the three-dimensionality of the details to the eye.

Not far from the habitation blocks of the Gewofag, the Kunstlerhof adds a new dimension to the neighbourhood. Old chained bicycles likely made to be here, waiting for the artist to come down her atelier with her smeared apron still on and take a ride to the café.

Neuaubing

the old tracks and the resettlement

wagons once threaded this plain and filled the night with echos of metallic giggle, where now nature and new settlers walk around still puzzled how to classify what they see in their Saturday’s afternoon walk. Here and there, if you stop long enough to see through the signs, you can see the ghosts of those railroad tracks and ties under thickening vegetation. The sudden idle beds of track ballast stand questioning their purpose now like dry wounds in the meadows.

Hidden in the woods, old tracks, fallen lampposts, gates with nothing to gate, lost ponds. And an old adjoining settlement. Despite the looks, no vignetting is applied to the photographies.

The old bed wagons factory witness yet one other kind of resettlement: partly spooky, partly trashy, and certainly worth walking through.