Ein Abstecher nach Hamburg, in den Park “Planten un Blomen”. Erfrischend leise und friedfertig. Und eine kleine Abwechslung zu den Meerbildern (von denen noch ein paar in der Queue stehen).
A detour to Hamburg, to the “Planten un Blomen” park. Refreshingly quiet and peaceful. And a little change to the sea pictures (some of which are still in the queue).
And then it was time to part with the silence, the vast space and the stunningly untouched landscapes. Suddenly we found ourselves in the kingdom of Technosaurus rex. Or maybe it rather was a Gigantosaurus nekrophilus maximus. Hard to say from the distance and I ddin’t feel like getting closer to those beasts. What a change, what a contrast. And yet I could not deny that I was fascinated by these giraffelike creatures.
A sort of a homecoming, far away from home.
So, Ganthi isn’t alone. Its brother sleeps there on its side, back to back. And they probably both dream of adventures yet to come. I could sit there for ages and watch them gently sway in the waves.
Ganthi, the fisher boat in the Donsö harbour, had that glowing passion for its red hull. And in midst of the nordic blue skies and sea, it reminded me of the “Sleeping beauty” tale. Should I have woken it with a kiss?