Honour for 3500 years old grave and ancestors

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Comments (10)

*Irina* on December 12, 2012

Hello Udo!

Fabulously lovely composition of this magical place with these fascinating old stones in brightly shinning colors of a sunny summer day. Gorgeous impression of a light touch of time... with deeply-touching mood.

Amazingly wonderful picture. I like your photo and love this mood.

Warm greetings, Irina

Eliseo.mc on December 17, 2012

Udo: buena composición de esta imagen con el dolmen que ha sobrevivido a los embates del hombre en la llanura junto al Báltico.


Saludos de Eliseo.

K@rin on December 18, 2012

Hello Udo

Magnificent place with this amazingly well preserved megalithic tomb, these places always have a specific and fascinating sense of the ancient world

Splendid sharp capture, delightful colors and sublime capture the atmosphere

overall a remarkable wonderful photo

like and fav.

warm greetings Karin

udo56 on December 18, 2012

Hello Friends!

Irina dear Irina, i agree your words...and did you see the flower on stone of grave!!

eliseomc dear Eliseo, muchas gracias! You are right!!

K@rin dear Karin, in north of Germany i saw so many places like this...so interesting...so amazing to see whitness of past...here additional with given flowers > even for memory!!

Here the right link for these place and dolmen!

With warm greetings, Udo

K@rin on December 18, 2012

Hi dear Udo , BIG thanks and yes I notice the flowers , so interesting to read more about it because in this link the same place as in your photo ! (yrs much better! :)..)

I know the 'Hunebedden' we have them in province of Drenthe and have visited them sometimes

warm greetings to you

udo56 on December 18, 2012

Dear Karin,

i came to these place four times....can't pass it:)...but in summer was best, even for a photo! Need just luck and right in time!

Happy > you've seen the flowers > mean > always in respect!!

With best greetings, Udo

K@rin on December 18, 2012

Respect is a valuable asset !

udo56 on December 18, 2012


you're right and always welcome!!

*Irina* on January 5, 2013

Hello dear Udo!

Sorry, for my later answer on your question... Yes, of course, I saw these yellow flowers at the first time.. did you put them on the stone..?

Big thanks, for me it was extremely interesting to read the information about these ancient tombs.

Wish you a lovely weekend, Irina

udo56 on January 5, 2013

Dear Irina!

The flowers already were on the stone before i came to these place! I'm very happy you are interested about information about these place and story of ancient tombs!

With warm greetings, Udo

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  • Uploaded on December 10, 2012
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    by udo56
    • Camera: SLT-A65V
    • Taken on 2012/08/04 12:27:53
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