ahmet54 (3263) 2016-10-18 12:12
I am impressed! The illumination of this greek temple is fantastic. Last year my wife, my sister and me spent one week in Campania, but unfortunately we have not been at Paestum. I see that we will have to go there again.
ahmet54 (3263) 2016-10-16 3:39
congatulations! You are in such a privileged place. Lemon-granita and all the other sweets with lemon...
Your picture at the end of the day is great. The vanishing daylight on the mountains and the yellowish electric lights are creating a unique mood. I like especially the reflections on the waves.
Kind regards and have a nice trip.
ahmet54 (3263) 2016-10-12 13:04
good capture of this dangerous mountain. You travelling so fast, you must have been on a time travel faster than light. Or did you cross date line like Philes Fogg "Around the World in Eighty Days".
ahmet54 (3263) 2016-09-30 13:03
good shot against the light. My wife and me have been at Xian twelve years ago and I remember the smog in that interesting city. We have rent bikes and tried to surround the walls but after few kilometres we stopped because of the moist and polluted air.
ahmet54 (3263) 2016-08-11 13:27
bad weather conditions! There seem to be Drops not only on the Ponds surface, but also on your lens. But I like the mood of your pic and the beauty of the Castle. Do you know that Fürst Pückler is famous for the icecream composition that is sold in Germany?
And it is told that he was a kind of Casanova.
Greetings from rainy and cold Germany,
ahmet54 (3263) 2016-06-23 13:29
congratulations for your 2500th post. Interesting buildings and also interesting note. I did no know this conspiracy theory. NWO - Astana = Satana all meaningless bullshit of pyramidiots.
ahmet54 (3263) 2016-06-20 12:54
interesting building. The style of teh mosque can not be called traditional nor can it be called modern. It is a mixture of styles and bombastic like the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca. Besides 'hazrat' is a honorific title given often to spiritual leaders mostly to the prophet Muhammad. It can be translated 'His excellency', 'His majesty' or 'the honourable'.
ahmet54 (3263) 2016-06-20 12:21
same POV but totally different light conditions and a different composition. I don't know why they took the black colour from the timber. Wartburg is indeed a very important castle in German history.