CFFC: Circles Everywhere

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Circles, Curves and Arches, and for this post I am focusing only on circles, which are abundant! Circles are everywhere – in nature, in art, in architecture, in daily life. I find circles in modern sculpture, art museums, light fixtures, in decorative displays, floor patterns, and buildings. Circles are […]

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Wurzburg Windows

For the photo challenges Ludwig Keck’s Monday Windows and Becky’s October Square, this post on Würzburg features the windows and lines of the city’s historic architecture. (The first two photos are squares.) This one is my favorite window photo. (There are squares and geometric lines in it too!) The Baroque architecture of the prince-bishop’s palace, […]

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Monday Window: Miltenberg

This is my third post about picturesque Miltenberg, Germany, on the Main River in northern Bavaria. These are a few of the windows in this historic town. Monday Window is a weekly feature and photo challenge sponsored by Ludwig Keck.  

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Thursday Doors in Miltenberg, Germany

There is nothing like German towns to find picturesque architecture, including doors! Miltenberg is a small city of around 9,000 inhabitants in Lower Franconia, in the state of Bavaria. Miltenberg is on the Main (pronounced “mine”) River and was one of the stops on our Viking Grand European Tour river cruise in June-July 2019. The […]

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Thursday Doors: Cologne Cathedral

Cologne Cathedral is the most noticeable building as you approach this city on the north Rhine River, with its Gothic spires soaring high above the landscape. At 157 meters (515 ft.) ir the third tallest twin-spired church in the world. The towers for its spires make its façade the tallest in the world. From the […]

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