Do you remember how Atzelsberg residence looked covered in snow from this post (here)? About two weeks I believe Max drove us to the location to enjoy a cold beer in the Frankonian countryside. Drinking a cold beer or a Radler (beer mixed with lemonade) in my case while enjoying the surrounding greenery is a must if life ever brings you in Germany. The light had been magic, editing the pictures to look homogenous honestly feels a sacrilege. I had been looking for a belly cut out dress, a while now, I was so happy how well the Bardot Ibiza tie dress fit. The material is cotton with an additional underlayer which makes perfect for German spring weather. I paired it with a wool cardigan from Montego and my summer sandals from Chie Mihara. Fun fact, as M. was taking the pictures he kept complaining my eyes are sort of closed in most of them. I had to look myself and I found it actually funny how different the pictures look without my iconic cat eye makeup.
Cult Gaia bag (here)
Snapping a picture on a wall built in 1790 feels surreal.
I feel so blessed to have readers as far as New Zealand. In case you are curious, this is how a typical German garden looks like. Fresh flowers adorn beer tables while the sun peaks through a canopy of greenery. One picture further we bought a vase of delicious local honey from a self-service shop. If you wonder what a self-service shop is in this case; a piggy bag lies next to the goods and you simply buy an article and throw the money in, it’s based on trust between the producer and the customer.
A further pit stop found us in endless yellow mustard fields. I won’t apologize for the bizarre picture editing. I felt so blessed to be able to capture this moment and savor the memory of the most beautiful sunset through this post. Blogging has really made me appreciate my surroundings and life for the better.