Category Archives: Germany

Z is for Zittau

I have known what I would post for Z ever since I started these A to Z challenge responses…unlike some other letters where I hadn’t a clue. Trouble is, I can’t locate more than a few images at present, lost

Z is for Zittau

I have known what I would post for Z ever since I started these A to Z challenge responses…unlike some other letters where I hadn’t a clue. Trouble is, I can’t locate more than a few images at present, lost

W is for Wieskirche

One year we travelled along the German Romantic road in Bavaria, and having done my research, we stopped off at the little church at the hamlet of Wies, the Wieskirche. It was a late September afternoon, and it was a

W is for Wieskirche

One year we travelled along the German Romantic road in Bavaria, and having done my research, we stopped off at the little church at the hamlet of Wies, the Wieskirche. It was a late September afternoon, and it was a

Q is for Quedlinburg

In the early ’90s, soon after the fall of the Wall, we travelled to the former communist East Germany, now part of a unified democratic Germany. In only just over a week, we covered quite a lot of ground, and

Q is for Quedlinburg

In the early ’90s, soon after the fall of the Wall, we travelled to the former communist East Germany, now part of a unified democratic Germany. In only just over a week, we covered quite a lot of ground, and

N is for Nürnberg (Nuremberg)

I went a number of times in the late 80s to early 90s to visit a friend, and she introduced me to a number of places in Bavaria. Alas, I didn’t take loads of images of Nürnberg itself, and many

N is for Nürnberg (Nuremberg)

I went a number of times in the late 80s to early 90s to visit a friend, and she introduced me to a number of places in Bavaria. Alas, I didn’t take loads of images of Nürnberg itself, and many

D is for Dresden

I found a couple of OK images that I had taken on a visit to Dresden in the early ’90s, wish I had more, but in the days of film I was more sparing…but nonetheless, I am rather surprised that

D is for Dresden

I found a couple of OK images that I had taken on a visit to Dresden in the early ’90s, wish I had more, but in the days of film I was more sparing…but nonetheless, I am rather surprised that

Once Over

I may or may not be approaching this the right way… Paula has asked us to show a variation of the same theme. as I am currently trying to look at the potential of some of my images in monochrome,

Once Over

I may or may not be approaching this the right way… Paula has asked us to show a variation of the same theme. as I am currently trying to look at the potential of some of my images in monochrome,

Ascend

A steep ascent from the lower town, seen in Zittau, soon after the fall of the Berlin Wall: ..and the ascent up a lot of steps to Cisniadora, in Romania Linked to Ascend here

Ascend

A steep ascent from the lower town, seen in Zittau, soon after the fall of the Berlin Wall: ..and the ascent up a lot of steps to Cisniadora, in Romania Linked to Ascend here

Postcards from my past / 5 Colditz

As a young teenager, I was an avid watcher of the 1970s TV series Colditz (I can still hear that theme tune….), and I always wanted to go and see the place for myself. A trip to Eastern Germany in

Postcards from my past / 5 Colditz

As a young teenager, I was an avid watcher of the 1970s TV series Colditz (I can still hear that theme tune….), and I always wanted to go and see the place for myself. A trip to Eastern Germany in