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[Photo Journal] Art in a Munich Underground Tunnel


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.


Free spirits amidst the greens.


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?


Flying on broomsticks and unicorns…


My sister from another mother capturing moments in the skies.


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


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


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


All-seeing eye.


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?

2 comments on “[Photo Journal] Art in a Munich Underground Tunnel

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

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Pingback: [Photo Journal] Graffiti Art in Munich – Gathering Books

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