Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

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The photo above is my contribution to the “Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern“.

I took the photo in the St. Marien Church in Lübeck when my me and my mother walked through the Historic Downtown of Lübeck. The church is like most churches in Lübeck pretty huge.

I am not so religious but anyway interested in culture and I count the churches of Lübeck to culture and that is why I still like to take photos of them. Because they show what kind of great brick gothic architecture, you can find in my city. Here are two more photos…

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About Dennis

Greetings. My name is Dennis. My native language is German and I do write in English about various subjects and my interests, especially to improve myself but also to share some experiences or to write down some thoughts. My interests are photography, graphic design, music-making, animals, nature, technology, games, lifestyle and more. I just want to document my experiences and some stories of life. I'm glad to meet new people from all around the world.
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5 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

  1. Lily Mugford says:

    I too love the architecture of old churches, I love the size and especially the windows. Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.

    • Thanks for your wonderful opinion… yes the churches in Lübeck are pretty big. Maybe I make some more photos in the future. I liked the windows too which is why I took photos of them :)

  2. Amar Naik says:

    nice view

  3. Tish Farrell says:

    The spires against the sky are so striking. Religious or not, they still lift the spirits and that’s what counts.

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