Sunsets have been high on my list of favourites since childhood. From just before I turned six until I was 20, we lived in a terraced house in Ludwigsburg. My room was facing West, with a view of nearby Asperg, the mound you have seen on many of my posts, for instance on this one.
For some of those 14 years, my bed was placed underneath the window. And many an evening, I would kneel on my bed, elbows on the windowsill, and watch the sun setting over the Asperg. The fascination for that particular time of day has never left me, and so I ask you to bear with me while I shall fill this post with more pictures of sunsets (and a few others), taken between the 15th and the 20th of this month, more than half of them by O.K.
|Friday, 15.05.2020; O.K. had just arrived at my place in time for a quick walk to catch the sunset.|
|Sunday, 17.05.2020; a walk to Asperg and the view from there across the town towards Ludwigsburg.|
|Still Sunday the 17th, the sun setting over Asperg.|
|Similar view to the one I used to have from my bedroom window as a kid.|
|Wednesday, the 20th of May - background picture randomly chosen for me by the operating system on my work computer. It must know me well!|
The rest of the pictures here were taken by O.K. on the 20th of May during his evening walk just outside the village. I know this circuit so well by now, but never tire of it and the beautiful views it offers.
There, that's enough sunsets for one day, I guess :-)
My next post will show you many historical buildings and more, from a walk I undertook with my sister on Thursday, the 21st of May, which was a Bank Holiday in Germany (Ascension).
And now it is 8:00, and time to start work.