Jan Sagemüller

Ehrenfeld at night

In the quiet and peaceful moments of the night, I often found myself wandering aimlessly through the streets of Ehrenfeld, a vibrant and bustling part of Cologne. The streets were empty, the shops and restaurants closed, and the city was bathed in a gentle glow of streetlights and neon signs. As I walked, I was struck by the contrast between the stillness of the night and the vibrant energy of the city during the day. The graffiti-covered walls, colorful murals, and eclectic mix of architecture all took on a different character in the darkness, lending an air of mystery and intrigue to the city. Despite the late hour, I never felt alone in Ehrenfeld. The occasional sound of a passing car or the laughter of a group of friends walking home from a night out reminded me that the city was alive even in the stillness of the night. As I ran through the quiet streets, taking in the sights and sounds of Ehrenfeld at night, I felt a sense of peace and freedom that I rarely experienced during the hustle and bustle of the day. For me, these late-night adventures were a chance to explore the city in a different light, and to appreciate its beauty and vibrancy in a whole new way.