Stuttgart loves a good festival! This weekend the cobblestones of Karlsplatz had been commandeered by the Hamburg Fishfest. If the theme of “fish” seemed strange to anyone but us, I couldn’t tell. Alongside the inevitable crepes and wursts, fish of every kind were available. To enhance the theme were any number of fishing nets, plastic lobsters, rubber life rings and tattooed nautical figures. I love the way people get into things in Germany.


2 Responses to “Fishmarkt”

  1. 1 Samantha July 19, 2010 at 12:01 am

    Congrats on releasing your skirts Ally, they look great! xxx

  2. 2 ashley @ Chasing Heartbeats July 19, 2010 at 6:32 pm

    we have this festival here in october and I thought it was so bizarre, but it was fun to hang out in! the fish auctioner/seller was definitely a sight to watch. German festivals are part of why i love this country so much!

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