Now that spring is in sight we would like to share  some winter impressions from our valley with you. The German winter painted Dresden as a black and white picture. Temperatures between – 10 and -20 °C froze the inner city life and transformed the the city into a silent secret garden. Between ice and snow a very special kind of silence laid itself over the sleepy city. The daily routine was replaced by a quite winter spirit. Everthing was plunged in a cold low light. Strong winters like those we had during the last two years are an excepetion for this region. Normally, winters here are filled with cloudy and rainy days.

Cold days give inspiration and time for music. Can you imagine field recordings of crushing, sharp river ice? Take a walk along the river Elbe and your mind will fly away. The nature plays its charming tune alongside. When the days get warmer and warmer all the ice melts and large fog fields climb out of the water. Those are the fog patches of the winter…

Pctrs by Fanny Hauser