Bonn: Retro Views

One of the few things that helped keeping my spirits up while away was trying my hand at a sort of color-faux-iPhone version of “classic movie night time scenery” views (as in: set in Europe), courtesy of an endless series of night sessions in my cooperation partners’ new office, which is right on Bonn’s main square (or one of two main squares), with a first class view of the city’s prime piece of historic real estate –the 18th century city hall building.  I thought I might as well share the results (note: the above general view / banner image is not my own but copied from the website of our local TV station):

Of course, my cats also had a huge part in helping me keep my sanity during the last three months, so just because, here’s Charlie, serenely asleep …


(… I’d never have caught him with his tongue sticking out while awake!)

2 thoughts on “Bonn: Retro Views

    1. I didn’t think of it that way, but I suppose at night that’s the impression you would get, yes … or the quiet of the nighttime before the hustle and bustle of the next market day, since this is also where the daily farmers’ market is held.

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