Camera used: Nikon F4, 24mm. Scanned photo.
April 18, 1864 - On the hills around Dybbøl, Denmark, fierce battles broke out between danish and prussian armies. Leaving 3600 danes and 1200 prussians dead, wounded or disappeared, at the end of the day.
Remains of a concrete gunpowder storage is seen on the left.
More here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BattleofDybb%C3%B8l
I want to use this photo for a cover for
a self-published book about life in small town Iowa. Ringsted is the model I use for the fictional town of New Milan. This photo is stunning. The relative emptiness of the main street. The flag flying. A sunny day, but clouds that could be ominous above in the sky.
Please grant your permission to use the photo and tell me how the credit should read.
Clark Kilgard - Cedar Falls, IA firstname.lastname@example.org
Odlican snimak. Greetings from Serbia, Dragan Sremac
An excellent view.
Greetings - Yosi.
Tres belle interpretation du Cervin.
Thanks Georgy! :-)
Nice picture, nice bridge!
However the name "Storeströmsbridge" is incorrect. The picture shows "Farøbroen" - The Farö-bridge" - which is located about 6 kilometers east of "Storstrømsbroen".
I live close by and pass "Farøbroen" almost every day. :-)
Best regards, Andreas.