I like the building special evening light!
I was here exactly 8 days ago, Ian. It was a very misty view from the tower, but good enough to see 3 windmills - almost invisible in the distance. Quite a climb though! I was by myself, and found it difficult to open the top hatch. :)
I'm now going to check out your Sea Palling Holiday.
Warm wishes, Amelia
Thanks zhsv, I appreciate your visit
Fancy finding this, buried deep in my album, Wiggy. Of course, this isn't on Google Earth, but I too enjoyed the patterns. :)
Greetings Roeli. Your appreciation of this composition is valued. London in spring is a nice place to be.
Kindest regards from Australia,
Thank you, Engelbert. The transit of Venus was the initial reason the English sent Captain James Cook to Tahiti in 1769-70. He subsequently encountered and explored the east coast of our continent in 1770. So for Australians the Transit of Venus has real historical interest as well as astronomical interest.
My dear friends ,
Thank you for your visit and comments.
Hello Laci, thank you for your kind comment.
Thanks Angel and Michel...best wishes, Ahmet
Beautiful place, colors, light and photo Like
Hello Jan! Thank you very much for your kind words! Yes, this is a view from the top of the Lazansky castle in Chyse, looking east. That town is indeed in the vicinity of Karlovy Vary (appr. 30 km distance!). Many friendly greetings and very best wishes to Australia from Texas!