Horizon speaks

What’s inside the west Germany? Here, let’s see inside of Hessen. I found these links and I finally found myself impressed with the silence of the horizon in the pictures. Thanks for the TREKEARTH photographers for those nice photos.

Bürstadt, Hessen

Source: http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Burstadt/photo1293092.htm

Rosengarten, Hessen- Fallen Onions 

Source: http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Rosengarten/photo1324139.htm

Lampertheim, Hessen- The evening sky

Anyway this is the picture I love most. The evening sky!! To see the picture, aahh it just comforts me and i can’t imagine, standing under the sky and lift my head up to the sky lol

Source: http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Lampertheim/photo1326678.htm

Frankfurt, Hessen-Frankfurt Sunset

Source: http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Frankfurt/photo1295253.htm

Lampertheim, Hessen-Waterway

Source: http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Lampertheim/photo1287409.htm

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Inside of Darmstadt

I just found these pictures from several website and I just got a crush on them-Darmstadt my first impression of Germany.

Photographer’s Note :

Darmstadt´s wedding present for the marriage of Ernst Ludwig with Grand Duchess Eleonore. It was built in 1908 and it is 48.5 metres high. It comprises a brick body of several storeys with a richly ornnamented portal. It is also know by its peculiar top structure, symbolising the five fingers of a hand.

http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Darmstadt/photo113908.htm

Photographer’s Note :

It was just simple flower shop in very center of Darmstadt, where I live and was warm and calm weather and many colors of these different flowers forced me to take picture of them.

http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Darmstadt/photo102550.htm

Season in Darmstadt

Winter in Darmstadt

Let’s see the Winter near the Hochzeitsturm or Five-finger Tower.

Photographer’s Note:

It names “Hochzeitsturm” or Five-finger Tower. What is the history of this tower I dont know unfortunately. But close to this tower is russian Orthodox Church where very often was the last tzar of Russia Nicolaus II because of his wife Alexandra the Hessen’s Prinzess Alice.

 Autumn in Darmstadt 

 This picture was taken close to photographer’s house in Darmstadt.

Fall in Darmstadt 

Photographer’s Note:

I had a long walk through Darmstadt and had camera with me.

It is very typical street in owr town, but I liked the colors of the houses – they were “fall-colors” and because of that I took this picture.

http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Darmstadt/photo114175.htm
http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Darmstadt/photo16358.htm
http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Darmstadt/photo800406.htm

Darmstadt at a glance

Let’s see the Center of Darmstadt 🙂

Photographers’s Note:

“Langer Ludwig” (meaning Long Ludwig, we say short “Lui”) a column statue 33m high at the Luisenplatz, a square in the center of the city. Built in 1844 commemorating to Ludwig I, first Grand Duke of Hesse.

Ok – you’re right if you say the trams are not beautiful, but we love them, because we have no problem with rush hours, they run after midnight when my children come back from the discotheque, ….

When you like to visit Darmstadt start at the railway station going by tram to the Luisenplatz

Source:

http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Germany/West/Hessen/Darmstadt/photo756396.htm