The last picture of the day caught the last colors of the day. I zippered up my coat to fend off the slowly approaching chill and enjoyed the color of the sunset. I was hoping to add something to the foreground. Perhaps a walker. Perhaps a biker. This couple stopped and turned back to enjoy…
I was sitting on the edge of the walkway enjoying some of the last rays of the sun when I saw this shirt with the slogan, “People Need To Relax“. It was fitting for the day for I didn’t see anyone that appeared to be in a hurry. He was preaching to the choir.
The buildings along the Zugersee are candy colored. This city scape is a far cry from my home town Chicago. Though different, each has a quality that is beautiful.
My favorite pub in Zug is Mr. Pickwick. It’s an English style pub with English style beverages and English style pub food at Swiss style prices. In case you are not familiar with Swiss prices, they are obscenely high. I had a burger, a pint, and chips for $30. I enjoy the atmosphere and their variety…
My afternoon by the Zugersee saw no end to couples in love. She laid her head on his shoulder. A simple move, a tender move. It tells me she feels safe. It tells me she feels comfortable. It tells me she feels loved.
The music of the minstrel was apropos for the scene…old school accordion and horn in the old town section of Zug. People stood around on the cobblestoned road listening to his range of tunes. I do enjoy street musicians. They add atmosphere to concrete, steel and glass structures personalizing what is otherwise vacuous space.
It is soul healing to just sit on a bench overlooking a body of water on a sunny afternoon. If it’s share with a loved one that healing can become soul melding. It’s a case of 1 + 1 = 3.