Speyer – Germany


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31 thoughts on “Speyer – Germany

  1. Wonderful night captures of this beautiful place ….. How grand it would be to dine at that elegantly set table xx

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  2. All beautiful scenes! Nice glow of low light on the building in your first image. I really like the table setting, too.

    Hope you're having a wonderful weekend! 🙂

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  3. Thanks to you I learn to know the country where I have been born, lol !
    We had – 13°C tonight, this is really very cold and not everybody is equipped for that. Some people don't have enough heating and have to spend their days in cafés where it is warm. The King and Prime Minister have asked the population to give them shelter during the days, during nights fortunately there is enough space for all homeless ! Thanks to this new (female, of course) minister !

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  4. These are all wonderful shots. I love the lighting in the last shot of the clock tower. The town has a story book quality in these shots.

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  5. What a delightful looking place! And terrific captures as always! There is indeed a storybook quality to your photos. Love the colorful third shot! Looks as though they're ready for a party!! Wishing you both a great week!

    Sylvia

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  6. Does it ever get old being surrounded by so much beauty and history? I would be walking around with my mouth hanging open in awe all the time. 🙂

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  7. I do not know much of this place, but I like very much what are you showing us with your beautiful pictures.

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  8. Glad to see your images today. We were supposed to visit Speyer in December but the river level was too low for the cruise boat.

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  9. I think, photographically, this is one of your best posts ever…the subject material is fantastic, but you have outdone yourself with your camera work…superb composing, fantastic colors and incredible light! Kudos to you. Now, go study French! 🙂

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  10. A city with a lot of history …. much destroyed during centuries by French, (even) Swedish… troops! However, it still looks quite attractive!

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  11. Although german architecture is very different from ours, the church façade (top shot) could be portuguese. Very interesting.

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  12. The cathedral and clock tower are magnificent, and the colorful row houses are so charming! The table setting in the store is so inviting too—wish I had more time to bother decorating like that.

    Wishing you all a beautiful week—as beautiful as your photos and the places you've been!

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  13. Hello dear Leia & Cezar…please forgive my long absence form here. The photos are so interesting and the colors are very unexpected and outstanding.

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