sun(down) sunday: halloween at frankenstein’s castle

Those of you following my Twitter feed may have seen that I went to a Halloween event at Frankenstein’s Castle on Friday night.  The event was a lot of fun, but I’m not planning on posting all the details until Halloween.  So until then, here’s a picture of some of the decor at the castle.  (Halloween at a well-decorated castle is pretty epic.)

decor at frankenstein's castleStay tuned over the next day or two for more!

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sun sunday: karo5 and darmstadtium

sunrise about to break behind karo5 and the darmstadtiumLast week, I woke up early for a class that started at 8 AM.  Except the class didn’t officially start until this week, so I just ended up wandering around campus for a while around the time of the sunrise.  This picture is of the sunrise about to show behind Karo5 and the Darmstadtium.

Karo5 is short for Karolinenplatz 5, which is the address of one of the main academic and administrative buildings at TU Darmstadt.  The Darmstadtium is more of a city-center conference center.  I’ve only been inside Karo5 and not the Darmstadtium, but the buildings themselves both look cool.  The HOTEL sign is for the Welcome Hotel, which I have heard is pretty nice.  (For future reference, people who want to come to visit me 🙂 )

 

sun sunday: construction at the lichtwiese

I am going to (try to) post a picture of a sunrise or a sunset every Sunday.  Hey, why not?

Sunrises and sunsets are, to me, a reminder of God’s beauty and power.  And they are pretty.

sun setting over a construction site at the tu darmstadt lichtwiese campusThis particular sunset is over a construction site at the Lichtwiese campus of TU Darmstadt.  (TU Darmstadt has two campuses in the city.  One is in the city center and is named the Stadtmitte campus, or City Center campus, and the other is called the Lichtwiese campus.  I’ll be spending most of my academic time at the Lichtwiese, since that campus is where the mechanical engineering department buildings are located.)

(By the way, that adorable VW beetle at the bottom makes me happy.  Isn’t it cute? awwww.)