Seeing this architecture just wants me to pack my things and go visit (one of these days). Thanks for sharing Your Photo with us.
It's been a very long time ago when I saw that beautiful bridge (24 hour visa travel back when...). I'll have to visit it again one day when I'm back in Germany. Thanks for sharing Your Photo.
stimmt:), müsste ich mal ändern
Viel besser wenn es aufrecht steht :)
ROFLMBO..........how could I have forgotten those??? :0
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The "Drei Brüder" (Three Brothers) Rocks are rock formations out of granite typical for the "Fichtelgebirge" area. ---->English Google Web Translations (no guarantee on results :) "Drei Brüder" --- "Fichtelgebirge"
The "Schneeberg" is the highest mountain of the "Fichtelgebirge" with 1051 meters (3448 feet) above See level. The tower on top is a monument from the cold war that was used by US and German armed forces to spy on the neighboring Eastern block and the top of the hill was "off limits" to non military personnel during that time period. Picture was taken from the "Ochsenkopf" which is the second highest mountain in the area at 1024 Meters (3359 feet) above see level. ---> Google English Web Translations (no guarantee on results :) : Schneeberg --- Fichtelgebirge --- Ochsenkopf
Nope not a professional, just a fellow who has fun taking photos on occasion :)