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Two weeks ago I was visiting my friend Norbert in Munich. He started his own startup, Mr. Signal, a while ago and since I like Munich (or Minga how Bavarians call their own city), I had enough reasons to fly South. Munich always feels like vacation. It is calm, it feels southern. Well it is southern from Düsseldorf but it also feels South European, like Italy or Spain. I always loved the beer house and beer garden tradition. There should be a law that there needs to be a certain amount of beer gardens in every city. Well, I shot some photos during my trip. The ones that are not related to the blog posts I will publish next, can you see here. Random stuff: graffiti, church, a woman with red balloons, streets, flowers, food, etc.

All photos were shot with the Fuji X-E2. I am testing the camera for Foto Koch. And I really really like it. The photos of Kitchen Gurilla’s Wurstgalerie were taken with the Fuji already. And since I got the camera I really got into shooting pictures again. It was a lot of fun to run around Munich and shoot whatever passes my eyes respectively lens. Here are some picture. Tell me what you think.

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3 Comments

  • Crys T

    Really lovely photos! The bread with Nutella looks mouth-wateringly good!

    I’m wondering if you’d be so kind as to give someone who isn’t from Germany a small piece of cultural advice… How much is it custom to tip a hairdresser in Düsseldorf? I’ll be really grateful if you find the time to answer. If not, no big deal. Thanks!

  • Markus Reuter

    Hi Crys T, thanks.
    I guess the tipping of a hairdresser should depend on if you are happy with his/her work or not. But I would give something like 10%. I think 10% is common for any tipping in Germany.

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