THE COLOR PALETTE IN THE STREETS OF HAMBURG


When visiting good friends last weekend at Hamburg this led to the welcomed opportunity to pass some striking colourful hidden corners at the district of Altona. 

During early Sunday morning I strolled in and nearby the street Bahrenfelder Steindamm and found astonishingly a lot of creative images and graffitis in a quite small radius.

Unfortunately we had no time to stay a bit longer, as the weather was really very nice this time.

Jo’s Monday walk : A Tale of three Castles- 3. Dunstanburgh

 

 

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