Spring in Munich

Before I came to Germany, I thought that I liked autumn because the autumn means to me romantic.  And I like romance (but I am not romantic :D), so according to logical deducing I like autumn. The autumn in Germany is really beautiful. All trees turns to be yellow because of their leaves. They prepare themselves for a cold winter by losing their leaves so that they do not consume so much energy. I have so many times stand alone in a park in autumn to enjoy myself the most beautiful time of years. I already lied on the grass which is covered by dead leaves and looked forward to the sky through branches of trees.  That is really beautiful and I feel safe in my soul.

But after years living in Germany I do not like autumn anymore. My sensation has changed. Every time when I lied down and looked forward to the sky. I did not see a wide sky anymore. I just saw branches of trees without leaves.  They look very ugly and exhausted. And they made me think of the coming winter. It must be cold  and boring. 6 months without sun. What a boring time! And what must come, will come. Now I like spring.

Spring is cheerful. Let’s look at the trees. On the exhausted branches, many buds have grown up. They bring green. They bring vitality to my life. I feel that my life will get better. I can start everything again what I missed before. I can changed myself better for sure. Yesterday I go to a park in Munich – Olympia Zentrum. I lied on a bench and contemplate the sky. The sky was blue. Some airplanes flew through. Birds were singing their songs around me. The sun was shining. The temperature was about 20 Grad Celsius.  And a completely safe in my soul.

I made some pictures too. Hope you’ll like it.

2 thoughts on “Spring in Munich”

  1. yeahh u are soo right 😉 after all that cold days .. finaly it seems to get summer in germany … yeahhhhh

  2. Hello,
    your blog is great !

    I also have lived in Munich in the past.
    It is really beautiful.

    The autumn is depressing though. I also like the Spring and Winter there.

    I look forward to going to Munich again !

    Keep up the good work !

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