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Metz, France | by Yen Baet
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Metz, France

Bridge across the river Moselle, Temple Neuf behind it.


The Moselle (Mosel, in German) is a river flowing through France, Luxembourg and Germany. It is a left tributary of the Rhine, joining it at Koblenz. Its name comes from the Latin Mosella, meaning the "Little Meuse".


I've enjoyed the light that dusk and magic hour brought on this day. It added so much to the feeling of serenity in this charming town. The walk on the river level was enjoyable as well - folks walking around on an easy breezy Sunday afternoon taking advantage of the nice autumnal weather.


Nikon D200; Lens: 17-55mm/ f/2.8;

Focal Length: 18mm;

Exposure: 1/5 sec @ f/16; ISO 200;

Filter: Polarizer

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Taken on October 25, 2009