Just a few photos from May before heading to the USA. A new sighting at my bridge, Brudermühlbrücke Near Westendstr Candidplatz Up somewhere north random
I could admire this tunnel for hours! What a work of art, I love the colour, the completeness, the contrasts and the details. If you’re in Munich, head down to the Corneliusbrücke underpass and take in the delight of these colourful bricks! There are some fantastic professional photos and work-in-progress photos here in the artist’s…
All the way from Brudermühlstraße to Oberföhring along the magical Isar The pedestrian tunnel under the Friedensengel.
More Sunday walking, more Sunday snapping. Along the Isar and around Glockenbach and Au. Stickers & stencils around Glockenbach and Au.
It never ceases to amaze me… If I just walk a slightly different route to usual I uncover more and more painted walls and bridges.
Although the large walls under the bridge are most impressive and may be considered the “main attraction”, it’s always fun discovering what else is nearby. The more you look, the more you find. The Brudermühlbrücke underpass has some beautiful work, but what I don’t understand is how on earth you do you paint the ceiling?…
More Brudermühlbrücke shots from my weekly walk to my bridge. You can also see some of these in their earlier stages back in November and October
I visit my bridge regularly throughout the seasons and watch as new art comes and goes just like the snow and sun and autumn leaves. It’s always a treat, I never know what I might find. Feb June November
I wanted to say happy birthday to my sister with more than just words. I had these little wooden letters, so picked out the ones I needed and then went down to my favourite spot at Brudermühlbrücke at the Isar and took this series of photos.
Looking through the archives this is the first time the bridge on Brudermühlstr appears in my photos. Despite living in the area for many years already I had not yet discovered this gem. As with all my old photos, the quality is not great, but these oldies are nice for comparison.