excellence choice, reflects munich in a very good way. i love the first girl and the one in red, but also the guys are pretty interesting!!
the thing for girls in munich seems to be bare legs :O its pretty and sexy at the same time.
The third photograph is perfection, I love that red dress!
they all look so perfect and messy.love it!
the electric blue on the first girl is stunning. even more excited about visiting germany now!
I like every picture! Good to see girls with – fashionable – shortshorts without those fucking, colored pantyhoses!
It’s also good to see guys who dares a little bit, in clothing ways.
Love your blog!
pics from the event check:
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geek chic on the last guy!
hi, i come from Hong Kong. may i know what your camera model is? thanks so much :D
Love the last picture, what a great sweater. It also sort of mirrors the girl’s red dress in the tuxedo-y effect.
That red dress is really cute, the shoes she’s wearing too.
oh my..that girl in red dress. soooo cute!
want this red dress. perfect combo with the turquoise shoes.
lovely little red dress! xx
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Je veux un enfant de toi! Et la sandale!!
the juxtaposition of red and turquoise is divine!
the guy in pic # 2 !!
Love the last one! Awesome!
red girl is B.E.A.UT.Y. !!!1
oh la la. THE LEGS. All the women are beatiful
the first and last picture, magical. the dress/whatever in the first one totally blew me away. beautiful.
love the second dude
pretty people, most of them look as if they are trying too hard tough! id prefere the easy ones… they shorts are cool and the shirt aswell!
the first boy!!!!
Love the turq and red combo, so fresh!
I love the first and second last photos.
The first guy just scares me , he looks disgusting !the girls are great but the Best one is the Last boy i love his sweater , his glasses are really cool and his look is great .
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schade, dass so viel inszeniert wird, hier in münchen. wo sind denn die leute die sich mit natürlicher selbstverständlichkeit “anders” kleiden?