And showing a lot of details from those markets. But if you haven’t been to one, those details don’t really give you a feel for the market.
So here’s an overview of one, the Bad Wimpfen Weinachtsmarkt, the oldest Christmas Market in Germany (seit [since] 1487). And that’s the Blauer Turm (Blue Tower) in the background, dating back from the 13th Century
All of those booths are selling something – ornaments, glüwein, or smoked horse meat (which is amazing, BTW).
The best part is seeing the continuation of history. History that stretches back further than the discovery of North America by Europeans.
Sorry, but often a single word will get a song stuck in my head. Blasted Blink 182. But a fun karaoke song.
And now it’s stuck in your head too.
This is a full-service blog.
Anyway – watching. Goddess and I love to watch people. One of the greatest free activities to do anywhere that won’t get you arrested. Sometimes, if someone is around long enough, we may even make up a story about them and their current situation. It can be fun. It’s often funny. Probably rarely rooted in reality.
But then we also love to watch people watch people.
Like this guy:
What’s his story? Who knows. We didn’t bother hanging around long enough to think about it. But he was fun to watch watching people.
And he liked his ladies.
Goddess even pointed out a very lovely lady that walked right past us. I only caught a glimpse because I was too busy watching him swivel-neck to watch her.
That was four frames before this one.
Eight frames total shot watching this guy watching people, because memory is cheaper than film. All good, but this was my favorite. A lot of activity, but the balance of all of the elements really knocks my socks off.