[Photo Journal] Art in a Munich Underground Tunnel

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Myra here.

Every Tuesday, we share photographs from our recent or long-ago travels, or just everyday stuff that appealed to our mindful eye and sharp sensibilities as captured through fleeting images.

Art in Underground Tunnels in Munich

I must have passed by this tunnel twice while I was in Munich – as this is quite close to where I was staying in An Der Wurm, near the Schloss Blutenburg. I was particularly taken by the bold colours, the almost-pastoral representation of life in Germany, the greens, the back-to-nature agricultural vibe of it all.

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Free spirits amidst the greens.

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Rough translation – thanks to Google Translate:

Advice to find friends
1. Be nice
2. not slime
3. Aaaah, no matter

It makes sense, doesn’t it?

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Flying on broomsticks and unicorns…

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My sister from another mother capturing moments in the skies.

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See that pastoral old-school vibe of An Der Wurm?

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Naturally, there has to be beer. It is Germany, after all.

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Hmmm… not quite sure what the symbolic representation of this one is.

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All-seeing eye.

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And because I couldn’t get enough of it.. The green eye of Sauron.

Which image caught your eye? What are some of your favourite wall art/graffiti?

1 Comment on [Photo Journal] Art in a Munich Underground Tunnel

  1. I love this. So immediate. From-the-heart. Thank you!

    Liked by 1 person

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