A homeless man finds shelter from the wind and sun on a warm afternoon behind the Alte Pinakothek, one of the more well known museums in Munich. The museum generally hosts exhibits by the masters from the middle ages, but outside you get a real sense of here and now. Not just because of the homeless person, but because of the hundreds of people who play and rest on the grass around the museum. Despite the fact that Germany has an estimated 600,000 homeless, and an additional 250,000 homeless immigrants, I took this picture because it really was an exception. Beyond the Central Station and a few well-trafficked streets, the Homeless are not all that visible. In fact, this side of the building is usually crowded with University students and tired tourists exiting the museum.