I guessed I had the right feeling for the upcoming weather because before the music concert started, there was hail! Raining hard, pretty big ice balls hit the earth. It sounded scary, I mean imagined if they hit our head. It was the first big hail I had ever experienced in Europe. I had no time to enjoy the view of the lake and play trampoline (yes, I am 31 years old kid, I like jump on trampoline, it's sport). :(
The hail didn't take so long, the music concert started right away after the rain stopped. Unfortunately, I couldn't take sharp photos in the night, and along the two group playing I had not found a good setting with my pocket camera. But as you may notice, I added texture effect on the photos to make blur photos more pleasantly artistic. What do you think?
It was started with NEUN: Otto Lechner, Hans Tschiritsch, Franz Haselsteiner. They have their very own music instruments made from various things like sewing machine with a horn and string, etc. Sorry, I couldn't explain better. They were so interesting. One of the musician is blind but played the music and sang very well. For me their music sounded experimental, ethnic and spiritual, like the one I heard from Nepal or any Asian documentary film. I am not expert here, it's my personal thought.
The second group was Insingizi, Rudi Koschelu, Thomas Hojsa: Afrika meets Wienerlied. Austria met Afrika! My photos of them are craps. Only this one is good. I couldn't capture the two other musicians/singers. Here you only can see the 3 singers from Senegal. They sang German and Afrikan songs. They were awesome. Great voice with cool dance.
And here is the bad weather!
The trampoline I couldn't jump on. Looks more like alien spaceship mysteriously landed in the woods.
I found bad weather scene is beautiful. Instead of frightening when I am in the middle of it (like when I had lightening so close to my toes!), i saw it soulful and dreamy. How about you?
To be continued...
Aah, okay, today I am different because I talked a lot. Perhaps it's my bipolar symptom. So I will leave you now, I will calm my crowded mind down (today I woke up late and right away wrote a bunch of ideas before I forgot) with browsing tons of fashion images.:)
Stay tune for next post, I will show you photos of the last band in Schrammelklang Festival 2012 Opening at Herrensee, Litschau ( part 2).
See you! Have a fun week!