I had a meeting in a very nice location next to the river with a view on the harbour. In the middle of a heavy brainstorming a murmur went through the group and everyone turned their head to the window.
We stormed out onto the balcony and started taking fotos with our smartphones. A giant containership was turned by tugboats to help leave the harbour – the scenery was breathtaking!
The lights created an unreal feeling – not only on the pictures.
Saturday: So I still had that VIP wristband for the festival on and the weather wasn’t worse either – I had to head into the harbour again and take all the travel routes for the festival audience.
Apparently I wasn’t the only one with a camera, these blokes however where collecting material for a report on local telly about the whole event.
One of the locations was a very small stage in a historical depository which is a museum nowadays. The shelvings with the exhibits on the sides where roped off with some red-white plastic band and a couple of chairs where stood in front of the stage. It was a very memorable location and I found the atmosphere there pretty cool.
Outside, I found this odd moveable ticket box, which wasn’t in operation.
I moved on to the next location and on my way to the main stages a the Blohm & Voss Shipyeard, I saw this cute and peaceful still art.
Traffic was quite busy! These ships where carrying the concert audience to the different stages.
Friday: All of a sudden I was a lucky winner of tickets for the Elbjazz music festival.The weather was awesome and perfect for the event – different locations and Continue reading
This is typical for Hamburg: You can take a ferry that cruises on the river Elbe and catch up with the container ships that carry their goods into the port from all over the world.
You can get so close, you feel like you could almost touch them!