86 thoughts on “Silent Sunday (Orange Robes – Munich)

  1. bavaria Post author

    Don’t worry, I kind of guessed that you had meant that you had lived here for a while! :)

  2. bavaria Post author

    Yep, they are still huge I think… My friends and I used to visit their tent at festivals when we were poor students and we were starving! :)

  3. bavaria Post author

    Thanks Fiona, it’s funny how you don’t notice it after a while. Until it all melts, and then it comes back again! :D

  4. bavaria Post author

    Thank you lovely… I just liked their orange robes against the dullness of everything else… It is still cold, yes! :)

  5. Louise Lloyd

    Ooooh interesting photo! There is so much going on, I am loving the orange type boiler suits that are being worn, the bright bright blue sky whilst there is still snow on the ground!!

    I am assuming it’s still cold?!?!

    Thank you for linking up Emma X

  6. Mother Goutte

    What wonderful light and colour in this picture! I’m glad I’ve discovered your blog, I spent right months in . I’m looking forward to watching your gorgeous pictures :) Anne x

  7. Brinabird and Son

    Great capture! Love how the orange robes pop out at you and you got the reflections with that bright sunshine!

  8. bavaria Post author

    Thank you… They are Hare Krishna, there’s a temple in Munich. I just loved the orange! :)

  9. Mary

    Isn’t it funny how the mind works? I totally looked at that blue sky and went ‘Oh lovely, the snow must be gone!’ Love the colours. What’s with the orange robes?

  10. bavaria Post author

    Thank you… Cross I couldn’t quite fit that third shadow in properly! There is snow, the brightness of that sun makes you think there isn’t any! :)

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