|Hollyhocks in the Munich train station|
Here's one example. I see the hollyhocks growing up in the middle of the railroad tracks. Chris sees the braking mechanisms for the train. He did not see any significance in the flowers until later when our friends explained that the railroad no longer uses extensive herbicide on the train tracks as they once did.
|Crooked hotel in Ulm|
Now look closely at this photo. I see the large window boxes of flowers. Chris took the photo not because of the flowers but because of the slant of the building. It is a hotel and there are levels in the rooms to show guests that the beds and tables are not on an incline. The floor is slanted because the building has shifted over the years. It is a popular tourist attraction in Ulm today.
It was quite an experience to see the world through someone else's eyes. As creative people, it helps on occasion to shake up our thinking and question what we do. Traveling with someone we love is a good start.
And finally, here is a photo of Andi and I in Garmish-Partenkirchen.