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The "Schiessentümpel" is a gem in the valley of the Black Ernz / Mullerthal / Little Luxembury Switzerland, a destination for many visitors and hikers.

 

Der Schiessentümpel ist ein Kleinod im Tal der Schwarzen Ernz/ Mullerthal/Kleine Luxemburger Schweiz, Ziel vieler Besucher und Wanderer.

 

Danke für deinen Besuch! Thanks for visiting!

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Walking through the empty streets of Old Town the day after Christmas. I saw only a few people the whole night. It's a beautiful city.

Shot with a Canon 5D2 and a 24-105mm F4L

At 32mm and F16

Schutterspeed 1/30sec

ISO 50

 

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Cristina Lucas, "ClockWise", 2016.

At the Mudam, Luxemburg.

Redange/Attert-Luxembourg

Night shot of the "Grund", in the old part of Luxembourg city.

Shot with a 5D2 and reworked as a HDR (slightly, mainly to achieve this golden aspect, 2nd version).

 

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Shot with a Canon 5D2 and a 16-35 F2.8L

At 22mm, F11, ISO 400 and 15 sec

 

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This a alternate version to an already existing photography of stream.

Picture of the castle in Vianden taken in the end of Winter.

Not much vegetation at that moment of the year but it gives the whole scenery a little special atmosphere.

 

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Widdebierg, Menster, Lëtzebuerg

Voigtländer Nokton 50mm new M f/1,5

Saint Donatchapel-Arsdorf/Luxembourg

Kapell St.Donat-Ueschtref/Letzebuerg

St.Donatiuskapelle-Arsdorf/Luxemburg

Chapelle St.Donat-Arsdorf/Luxembourg

  

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The Grande-Duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte Concert Hall, known more usually as the Philharmonie Luxembourg, is a concert hall in Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg. The hall is located in the Kirchberg quarter, in the north-east of the city. Its principal tenant is Luxembourg's national orchestra, the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

Designed by French Pritzker Prize-winner Christian de Portzamparc, the building is in the shape of an oval, and its external appearance is provided by a colonnade screen formed by 823 steel columns. Stretching 126 metres (384 ft) at maximum length, and 109 at maximum width, the building dominates the Place de l'Europe. The building cost €113,500,000, and is owned by Luxembourg's Ministry for Public Works. The grand auditorium has a maximum capacity of 1,506 seats, but the standard capacity is set at 1,226.[1] Even at that reduced size, the auditorium is large for a city with a population of under 80,000. Two further halls, with capacities of 302 and 120 people, increase the capacity of the site further.

 

The Philharmonie concert organ was constructed and installed by the Karl Schuke Berliner Orgelbauwerkstatt. The pipe organ features 4 manuals plus 2.5 octave pedalboard, 81 registers, and 6738 pipes.

 

The Philharmonie Luxembourg is one of a series of major public cultural centres built by the Luxembourgian government in recent years. The project was launched in 1995, the year in which Luxembourg City was last European City of Culture, with a view to it being completed by the time Luxembourg would hold the honour (which, unknown at the time, it did in 2007). The building was inaugurated on 26 June 2005, as a culmination of Luxembourg's six-month presidency of the Council of the European Union.

 

It is named for Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte, the consort of former Grand Duke Jean. Joséphine-Charlotte died on 10 January 2005: five months before the concert hall's grand opening.

 

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Eiter Gare, Lëtzebuerg

Voigtländer Nokton 50mm new M f/1,5

Pentax K-5 • 80 ISO • Pentax DA 40mm F2.8 XS

 

From the serie Reflections of Europe. A moment of true reality, without editing. Le reflet d’un instant de réalité, sans trucage.

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The words she means are those she doesn't say

So slowly running out of things to say

She was not afraid to ring a bell or two

There's no one who could tell her how to feel

 

We're almost halfway there

Still getting you nowhere

Wrap it in a cloud

To figure this out

 

"Excuse to Try" by Milow

 

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