Autumn in Württemberg: Screaming Color
Rosentein Palace park, Bad Cannstatt, (Stuttgart) Germany. Former home of and built by King Wilhelm I, second king of Württemberg. Destroyed during allied...
posted on Sept. 24, 2010
The button to announce to the engineer that a passenger would like to leave the train at the next stop. Rhaetischebahn, Engadin, Switzerland
posted on Sept. 15, 2010
A Matter of Perspective
Just follow a line, any line.
posted on Sept. 23, 2010
King Wilhelm I of Württemberg - a good king who shunned living in his grander palaces and chose a simpler one-story house overlooking the Neckar instead....
posted on Sept. 21, 2010
Despite the massive size of the organ, and height of this dome, the church is truly tiny!
posted on Sept. 16, 2010
Burst of Grape (Bad Cannstatt Vineyard)
Enhancing the color that was already there on that early fall morning was easy: nature had already done the hard part.
posted on Sept. 22, 2010
Graubünden, Switzerland - Falera in the winter. Alpine skies seem more “powerfully” blue when contrasted by the white of the pristine snow.
posted on Sept. 28, 2010
A Festival of Fools
Narrenfest, or festival of fools, (also known as Fasching) is celebrated throughout the Schwäbisch“ and ”Allemanish“ regions of southwestern Germany down into...
posted on Sept. 20, 2010
Stretch as far as you can.
Cologne Cathedral (German: Kölner Dom) is a World Heritage Site, one of the best-known architectural monuments in Germany, described by UNESCO as an...
posted on Sept. 19, 2010
Taken in Bad-Cannstatt, (Stuttgart), Germany (2009) at the Cannstatter Wasen during the annual Volksfest with my Sony-Ericsson mobile phone.
posted on Sept. 25, 2010