In every issue of ADAC Motorwelt, a prominent double tells the story of their personal mobile life. For the fourth issue of the club magazine, managing editor Gordon Detels met singers Nena and Ina Müller at a riding stable near Lüneburg. A conversation about walking vs. flying, wanderlust, hope and fears. Photographer Charlotte Schreiber portrayed the succesful duo for us.
80 kilometres away from each other, two different worlds. An one hour drive south-east of Hamburg you will find the Witt riding stable. In the 100-inhabitant community of Aljarn peace and quiet dominate over hectic city life, silence over noise, no mobile service instead of LTE. The mobile internet ends exactly at the boundary of the property. Checking mails, counting likes on Instagram? No chance. Anyone who goes through the gate has to look for an analogue occupation. Ina Müller discovers an old tractor that reminds her of her childhood and immediately climbs behind the wheel. Meanwhile, Nena supplies Timmy, one of the free-ranging ponies, with food. It couldn't be more relaxed – the perfect conditions for the photo production.
Four times a year the ADAC Motorwelt offers information and service, reports, columns, tests and celebrity-interviews on the topics of cars, travel and mobility. The magazine is available in around 9,100 German Edeka and Netto subsidiaries. Club members can take it free of charge at the checkout.