In the postmodern white waters a seemingly paradoxical option emerges all of a sudden from the depths of mind which commands to insist vividly on the rule of vague exceptions and while following this intuitive desire to drift away on the waves of a final eternal ambition.
Only a little bit later in the sphere of phantastic probabilities, the restless vagabond approaches subsequently the all penetrating net with speed of light where cause and effect of intentions are mututally eliminating and reversing themselves in a material torrent of final escape.
Our short summer-trip led us finally to old cities of Bohemia on our way back home to Berlin. So we have stayed finally at Budweis and Cesky Krumlov for a night and a day, enough time for collecting some interesting and nice street-impressions while loafing through these towns.
Old houses at Cesky Krumlov
Specially decorated distribution box for electricity
Greened facade and door
Strange advertisement for an art-gallery at Budweis
Former Austrian Emperor hanging over the bar at Restaurant Schwejk in Cesky Krumlov
Medieval watch-tower in Budweis at midnight
Market-place of Cesky Krumlov
Fashion outlook in a shop’s window
The lovely studio house of the Austrian painter Egon Schiele at Cesky Krumlov
Egon Schiele, Stadtende (Häuserbogen III), 1913
Hardly any other place inspired Egon Schiele as much as Cesky Krumlov, one of the most beautiful Renaissance cities in Europe and an architectural jewel of first order. Despite the really too many tourists today, you still find very quiet and inspiring places in the city or optionally just make a surprising rafting tour on Vitava river around the beautiful and impressive city.
Vitava River is usually a calm place for rafting, but there are also some rapids around Cesky Krumlov which require a little bit of care in order to avoid an unintended bath in the cool waters
Bavaria is one of the richest German regions lying in the very South of the country. Hence, cities and villages usually look just perfectly arranged and very tidy. So I was really happy to find in direct neighbourhood of such proper order in the old city of Dingolfing at Lower Bavaria something else: an amazing rotten site simply forgotten by the course of time and modern history.
Unfortunately the project URBAN ART HALL does exist no longer here in Berlin, the former postal distribution hall will now be demolished and some new building erected soon. These here are some of the last impressions inside and outside the crazy and creative hall captured by mid of July 2019. Again it was very difficult to make a photo selection due to the many stunning works and mindful creations.
Additional information in German language here:
Being a fan of all things railway I greatly looked forward to visiting this museum and, being in North Korea, I knew it would have that something extra. It did not disappoint. …
The museum focuses on the country’s railway construction projects and how they were influenced/ directed by Kim Jong-il and, to a lesser extent, Kim Il-sung. …
Read the complete feature and learn more about the diverse mysteries of North-Corea just here:
A labyrinth means always the dream of getting lost and finding oneself again in the transparent catacombes of life’s varied anticipations.
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