I spent the last day in Holzkirchen and then trained up to Munich to spend some alone time walking the streets.
OK, so it was not so much alone time, but I wasn't talking to anyone. Munich is a crowded city - and this is the City Center, Marienplatz. I turned my camera to people here. It is hard to photograph people - they are always watching you.
I took photos for a few people at this popular photo site. I really like these girls photographing themselves. This fountain is a popular meeting place - lot's of people waiting for something, someone.
Business trips are whatever you choose to make of them. This one was especially enjoyable as I chose to make it an exploration. I also learned the joy of having my small camera on my belt at all times. My SLR was being repaired so I just took my small minolta digital. I will always take the small and large hardware from now on! They each have a place.
Bavaria is a beautiful part of the world and it is possible to notice this even when you have to work.
Work is different for some people. I often feel that this kind of work would ultimately be more satisfying. But my wife points out to me often that I should be grateful for the work I do and the possibility of traveling and meeting so many people, learning about the culture in other places and having rich experiences. She is right of course. Monday I am back to "the factory" to Chop Wood and Carry Water.