Grüße an Loyny an dieser Stelle ;-)
It is an amazing piece of architecture, it gives you such a big piece of freedom in such a big city, where you feel so small. With such a big amount of history. A place where you can reflect the thoughts of the city, in the past, the present and the future.
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"Loose Change" by Dylan Avery can be seen here:
Italy also has a large plain... the so called "pianura padana" in the north of the country. I lived/studied for four years in Bologna, where (apart some hills) there is only this vast and enourmous plain. It can give you a kind of taste of freedom, of liberty in thoughts. But being used to see mountains I always returned home with a smile in my heart. Landmarks, as mountans and hills are, seem important for me.
It's interesting to read that in the part of Holland where you live there is also much nature. I've never been there, and therefore maybe I had a wrong idea about the countryside of the Nederlands.
Greetings from South Tyrol,
Thank you very much, i'm happy to see people share my thoughts about this picture.
Hihi, thanks, Peter! I used just a red-filter, nothing special...
I like your opera-photos very much!
Neither the sky has a location, since it's the blueprint for human imagination... ;-)