Friday, July 16, 2010

Auf Wiedersehen

I am very excited to continue this project and will explore the far stretches of this sweet little city.

Troy certainly leaves some very big shoes to fill and will be greatly missed. Each day I looked forward to seeing the hidden corners of Munich through his eyes. He definitely made the most out of his 30 months here, which can serve as inspiration for us all.

Thank you, Troy! We all wish you the very best.

With the World Cup matches now over there are remnants of seldom seen German pride doting the city. A florist in the Hauptbahnhof has decorated anthurium to match the colors of the German flag. It will be 4 more years until we see this patriotism creep back into the daily life. Hopefully by then the vuvuzelas will be long forgotten.

5 comments:

Geoff Teale said...

Hi,

Thanks for taking this over!

I suspect we'll see the patriotism for the European cup in 2 years, so no worries (I also hope the damned buzzing idiot-horns will be gone too!)

Dev's said...

Emily,
Thanks for taking over and continuing this blog. I enjoyed the photos that Troy put up and I am sure I will enjoy yours too...
If I do capture something interesting, will sent it your way to share with the rest of the world. Keep up the good work!!

fidji said...

merci beaucoup et bonne route ...

Emily said...

Good point, Geoff! How could I forget the European Cup?

Pastor St. John said...

YEs, thank you very much for continuing Munich Daily Photo. I really enjoy the photos and history lectures!