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Street in Lübeck

Street in Lübeck

Above you can see a small alley or street in the historic district of Lübeck. It’s the most interesting district in our city because there you can still find old construction styles. In other words, you find a lot of buildings with brick stone. First I wanted to upload the photo in color, but it was shot in JPG and the image contained overblown highlights so that I decided to convert it to black and white. But that’s not bad either, because I love black and white photos and it works with the photo above as well.

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    • Wow, I didn’t know that. Business-like or holidays? 🙂 I hope you liked it here. I think our inner-city is interesting for tourists, but apart from that, everything around it is just residential areas or industrial areas. But the inner-city has some interesting alleys and old architecture.

      I remember in one of my Christmas posts you told me you’re from Denmark. I was in Denmark once with the ferry, I believe it was Rødby but it’s a long time ago. But Copenhagen is on my bucket list. I’ve been to France several times, but Denmark only once, that’s kinda strange when you consider how close I live to Denmark 😀 But I will change that in the future 🙂

      • Holidays years and years ago 🙂 I did, it has a lot of spirit. And German makes me chuckle, hehe 🙂

        I hope you will enjoy Denmark if you ever decide to come here too!

        • I am pretty sure I would enjoy Denmark. Your country has a lot in common with Schleswig-Holstein, of course the Baltic Sea, the North Sea… but also in some cases similar architecture, landscape. Well, it’s not too far apart and both places share a lot of history since Slesvig/Holsten were both basically Danish a long time ago. I saw a couple of Denmark travel videos and told my mother “I believe in Denmark I would feel home because in a way it’s very similar to Schleswig-Holstein”. It would probably be impossible to get homesick. 🙂

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