Burn the Virus

On a nice beginning of summer weekend, we met on the countryside to finally eradicate the corona virus from earth. Once and for all. At least in our dreams :-).

Everything started smoothly with a sunny walk through the fields.

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But how to burn a virus? We first must have it. And as our intent was highly symbolic, we had to create symbols that could be burnt.

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The evening came and our master of ceremonies came in form of ancient Indian wisdom to bring light to those dark times.

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Our job is done. May the virus Rest In Peace.

 

Berlin by Night

We had the hottest day today and I stood inside and slept because there were Sahara-like temperatures outside. When it turned dark and a little less hot, I felt the need to go outside for a while to get the summer-in-Berlin-feeling. The yellow glow of the streetlights still does it even when everything else has changed a lot in the last years.

 

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