Where Water Flows
       
     
Externsteine
       
     
Leading up to Eltz
       
     
Eye-2-Eye
       
     
A Castle View
       
     
Where Water Flows
       
     
Where Water Flows

Wow, a great find in the deep forests in Germany.

It was a super dry and hot summer, both in Germany and The Netherlands. This stream has been dry for almost 8 months and started running a very low amount, but at least its going again.

The very small water bed gave me the opportunity to set op my gear at the same place as the stream. You can see the moss that is growing and almost glowing on the roots of the trees.

Externsteine
       
     
Externsteine

Germany, Externsteine

Leading up to Eltz
       
     
Leading up to Eltz

Germany, Eifel, Burg Eltz,

A nice sunset creates great colors during summer time in Burg Eltz.

Eye-2-Eye
       
     
Eye-2-Eye

Germany, Eifel, 2018.

Somewhere in the valley’s of the Eifel, I found the empty river running slowly during a hot summer. The bridged where build just before the war around 1937 and give access to old ruins on top of the hills.

I love the way nature and the archicture of the bridges come together. From the right angle you can see an eye in the arches of the bridges. The reflection on the water is creating a circle figure.

A Castle View
       
     
A Castle View

Germany, Eifel, Burg Eltz,

from another point of view, you can see a totally different castle. Many pictures are taking from the same spot: in front of the gate. I choose a bit different angle, by finding a natural see-through from bushes along the road in the mountains surrounding the burg Eltz.