Bielefeld

Bielefeld StreetEaster Monday in Bielefeld, Germany, was sunny and warm. Why Bielefeld? My daughter and her family with three kids live there. It is a little bit too far to see each other really often this is why Easter was good reason to go there. It was not the first visit of that city. There are many familiar things there but every single visit still a lot of hidden places and undiscovered objects. Green Door The most popular and loved place is Old Town in the center. All of it is a huge pedestrian area. Tourists and local people just walking around, smiling, laughing, talking, siting in cafe and restaurants with friends and families, and celebrate the Life. Watch that difficult to imaging why somewhere in the world so many unhappy people and trouble, sorrow and grief. Life is too short to make it miserable. Markt Platz Spring is in full power in Bielefeld. There are a lot of flowers; all the trees and bushes are dressed with young and tender leaves. Breeze stirs the air. Sun is playing on the shivering leaves and sending its rays in the eyes. People squint but do not hide from the sun. They enjoy warm and gentle spring light. Pond and Fountain Peace and Love reign in the city.

Because I'm happy

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27 thoughts on “Bielefeld

      • LOL I meant how you framed the little girl in the opening of the fountain. I understand shutter speed. I am a photographer. This is why I am laughing. Not at you. Just being silly right now. I was admiring your composition of the photo. I should have been more specific. [GRIN] xx Amy

      • Good because I LOVE to laugh!!! Tee hee! And I in return am thrilled you thought me funny. That is way cool to me. I have a grin on my face right now. Thank you for that smile! *giggling* xx Amy

  1. Love the angles. That fountain shot is just brilliant. And great description of European lifestyle. It’s true. Over here in America, every movement seems to revolve around money.

  2. It is a very enthusiastic posts from Bielefeld, Alexander. I’m happy for you about your visit with your family.
    It would be great if people could live in peace and enjoy life. Your pictures of Bielefeld are lovely.
    All the best,
    Hanna

    • Thank you, Eugene. I’ve never been in Chenivtsi but recently I read an article about this lovely city and watched pictures of it. I was surprised and impressed. The University unbelievably beautiful and city itself is absolutely incredible.

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