Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden April 18, 2021 The next 2 or 3 blogs will be from this Sunday shoot.
I spent a couple of days just exploring downtown Frankfurt, one of the places I went was the Römerberg, a neat little town square. As always, I am not very good at descriptions, so I will include a link. So here is something I am better at - pictures! https://www.gpsmycity.com/attractions/romerberg-(square)-7128.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R%C3%B6mer Oh look, another church, … Continue reading Downtown Frankfurt
Of the 3 churches I went though, this was the smallest. It was still quite beautiful though. Impressively it was only church in Frankfurt to survive that only received minor damage in World War 2 from allied bombings. I'm not sure why I don't have many close up shots from outside here, but I do … Continue reading Frankfurt Cathedral
These are various shots that should have been included in the other posts but got missed because I had so many darn pictures!
So with only about 4 more Germany posts left I have decided on the next path for this blog. Essentially its going back to the way I started it and what it's been since - a photo blog. "Mostly photography, but probably some randomness thrown in", as it is stated in my description. Mitchell Memorial … Continue reading Mitchell Memorial Forest
In addition to all the buildings, there was a lot of beautiful open space to walk around and explore. Unfortunately as I stated in my first Hessenpark post, I was rushed and it was the end of the day so I had to rush through most of it, I almost didn't make it back to … Continue reading Hessenpark – Outside
Jumping back to Hessenpark to see some of the structures there. These are random, I don't remember any of the back stories to them as I wasn't thinking about showing them in a blog almost a year and a half after the trip! I will just include the link to the website if you want … Continue reading Hessenpark – The buildings
This is a Lutheran church located in Ulm, State of Baden-Württemberg (Germany). It is currently the tallest church in the world. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ulm_Minster
Inside the church there is a model of the church built with Lego's. It was built for the chuch's 125 anniversary. I can't really find to much information on it. Next post will be the real church! The Link below is about as much as I could find. http://godbricks.blogspot.com/2015/06/ulm-minster.html
Another beautiful city that needed a ton more time to explore. We hit the major point, Ulm Minster, which is another gorgeous church. That will be in another post, though. Fun fact: Albert Einstein was born in Ulm.