Monday, September 14, 2009

We got a HighLine too

So we got this huge wooden path-construction "Höhenrausch" (you could translate it as "high-altitude euphoria") on the rooftops of a parking garage and a shopping center including a giant wheel and lots of art installations, like that "Bubbleman".
The First picture is more or less, what I'd do if I had to do Flyers/Posters for that Event - I think it's pretty slick.

You start through the OK building where the staircase at some point becomes wooden, and you climb the rooftop from outside the building.

This is one of the installations with Helium filled balloons - it's fun how the bundle moves when you move one of them - never let the child within die.

High up floats the "bubbleman" - when he's up, this funpark is open. There is a movie later on, that shows how a guy blows up a balloon until he starts to fly high up into the stratosphere, where he finds his tragic end - you know it's all that physics stuff with pressure ;)
The yellow cart, is modified to a vertical kiosk.

On this one the shower makes music, using the umbrella as resonance body - I think it's controlled by the waterpressure. Pretty fun - the umbrellas are not totally waterproof. Got a view sprinkles on my camera, which was fine for me. If you're not sure better put it somewhere dry!

That beats Coney Island what do you think?

You can see the wooden locks on the right that make the path over the rooftops, the blue building in the back is another muesum. But the capture here is all about the old woman in the chair. I love this!

Thats a dead end on one of the roof-corners, where you can look straight down...

Pretty nice ha?

Time to go down again -

- but first visit the Paradise Garden on top of the Ursulinenkirche and memorize a wisdom of life.

Sooo if you guys got interested - the fun will be over at the end of October...

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