The Great Rain Reef

This years trip to the Baltic Sea was different to the years before: rain, cold wind, rain, rain and rain. Switching to the indoor program, we went to Stralsund to visit the German Maritime Museum. I place where I have been the last time when I was at the age of my daughter. And they have a giant fish tank with unusual spots to watch from (placed in an artificial reef).

 

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This ain’t California

Was not aware that Germany is having its own oil business. I got the hint on Twitter and decided to do a nice bicycle ride through the island’s outback to find the oil pumps on the Gnitz peninsula. Unusual view for Germany. The last time I had a similar view, was in Inglewood/L.A.

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Krumminer Allee

Krumminer Allee again. This time on bicycle. I guess there are not many better options to get through the trees here. It was a perfect summer afternoon. And sorry for the blurred vision in the pic. Was not that easy to get the shot done.

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Urban summer

During my stay at the baltic Sea, I made a short trip to the city of Greifswald. Haven’t been there for ages. I was not even in school when I visited it the last time.

t was a nice surprise. Many young people, a nice and historic city centre and some nice looking bars and restaurants. It seems to have that typical flair of a university city like my hometown Jena.

After having a coffee break on a boat on the nearby river I went back to the town square and I found this guy playing awesome folk music to the audience sitting in the restaurants around the square. On a summer day. In the late afternoon. Loved it!

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