Way up in the air

…aren’t just the emotions after the World Cup victory, but it’s also this week’s topic at Pabuca.

Let’s start with maypole and modern lamps at the main square:

Maibaum und Lampe IMG_5088

Remains of old external goods hoists are visible in several places, though mostly just by doors in the walls:

Haken in Scheyerer Str IMG_5092

One from the archive, because it would be hard to order a hot-air balloon, get back into my former apartment, and let the balloon fly just such that it’s visible between typical gables and the biomass heating plant’s chimney:

Heißluftballon IMG_7598

4 Comments

  1. MM

    Schöne Serie! Das erste hätte auch gut zu “Old and young” gepasst. Die Perspektive im dritten ‘auf Augenhöhe’ finde ich sehr interessant. Viele Objekte die typisch für ‘up in the air’ sind (Ballon, Schornstein, Antennen, Dächer..).- Wo du gerade Kraftwerk ansprichst: Mir fällt auf, dass bei den Serien diese Woche noch gar kein rauchender Schornstein zu sehen ist. ;)

    • c

      Ganz auf Augenhöhe ist’s leider nicht, sonst wären die Dachfirste von oben zu sehen. Aber so passt’s trotzdem. :)

  2. R

    Der Maibaum vor dem knallblauen Himmel ist klasse (die Lampe – naja…) Aber das Ballon-Bild ist der Hammer!

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