Photographer's Note

Upside down is correct, looked better in my opinion. You get a viewpoint as you are really under the bridge.---
Part II of the series: This time under the small bridge over the river Alster which is a tributary of the river Elbe. The source of the Alster lies 25 km. north of the centre of Hamburg in the Henstedt Moor (Schleswig-Holstein). These photos Part I, Part II are taken not too far away from the source. It is amazing how big the Alster gets from here especially in the City of Hamburg where it is impounded to the Außenalster (Outer Alster) and Binnenalster (Inner Alster) (which you can see here.)
These pictures were taken following joseelias' advice to take lots of pictures from different angles and then sorting out the good ones instead of just taking few pictures from a single angle.

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Additional Photos by Jan Matthies (CVTJan) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 469 W: 113 N: 269] (1244)
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