Flood waters surround these cement blocks creating a Jenga-like image in the local gravelyard on the Rhine River. The flood waters are approximately one meter deep around the "Jenga".
Jenga is a game of British origin in which players use wooden blocks to build a tower and subsequently compete to see who can remove individual blocks without causing the tower to collapse.
I love the company's logo with its bow & arrow, "K(i)SS" and hand. The company's name Krieger means "warrior" in English.
Perhaps the Krieger company can come up with some way for us to play Jenga with their "block" while social distancing. Everyone is desperate for some form of entertainment!
The gravel plant extracts stones from the river and grinds them to various sizes for making cement and other construction materials.
Do you prefer the color or black & white version of the Aqua Jenga?
Images were edited with Luminar 3.