Random sightings during a day in and around a town called Eckernförde in the region north of Hamburg:
Don’t forget to look up.
The original foundations were laid in the 1600’s.
An exhibition on churches inside a church.
Fish boxes piled high from Germany, Norway, Russia, Poland, Denmark and probably a few others as well.
Jellyfish jammed between a wharf and a sailing ship.
Germans go hard on their sweets.
The Baltic Sea.
The buoys are for marking out swimming, fishing and boating boundaries.
German beach baskets…but no Germans? Where are all the Germans?
A replica Hanseatic trading ship (known as a ‘cog’). And a bird.
Harvest-ready wheat in a field at 10pm…yes, 10pm.
Not a bad day out.