Madrid is full of more or less historic type and patterns. Some of them are typical, some extraordinary. Type – in my humble opinion – reflects the spirit of a city. Bad city centers have changed their traditional type to owner made ugly signboards with childish fonts which seam to come directly out of powerpoint. This […]
Location: Heidersbacher Mühle – along Elz River direction North – Limbacher Mühle – back on the eastern shore of Erz River direction South to Heidersbacher Mühle / Distance: 5 km / Weather: -1 °C, sunny and frosty / Camera: Nikon D500, 18-105 mm lens
Cold temperatures and fog led to this change of natures looks. The morning I looked out of the window and everything was wrapped in white sparkles.
This is my final post from Armenia. It was really a fantastic journey. Look at all those divers landscapes! I can really recommend this country for people who love to go somewhere, where there is no touristic infrastructure in every corner. I would have liked to speak Russian to talk to people more, they all […]
Geghardavank (meaning: the monastery of the spear) was founded in the fourth century by Saint Gregory. It’s principal chapel was build in the 13th century. The name comes from the monasteries most relevant relic: The spear with which Jesus was wounded during crucification. Today it is displayed in Echmiadzin, currently on loan to a New […]