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Like a lot of places in Southern Germany Bad Friedrichshall grew rich on salt mining. Indeed, places ending with "hall" regularly indicate the presence of former salt mines.


While for most places, salt mining is a thing of the past, Bad Friedrichshall still has an operational salt mine. During the summer - on weekends and public holidays, it's also open to visitors. Some of the cavernous places in the mines have been converted to other uses. One of them is an underground chapel - complete with a church pulpit and a shrine plus some illuminated structures of salt. It's quite magnificent. Unfortunately, I could not quite capture the vastness of the place with the camera.

"Deve esserci qualcosa di stranamente sacro nel sale.

Lo ritroviamo nelle nostre lacrime e nel mare"


"There must be something strangely sacred in salt.

It is in our tears and in the sea"


Khalil Gibran

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Every year this elderly lady sales baby goats. They are so cute but whenever I try to get a picture they run around the back of the house. This one hung around because it was chewing through a heavy duty extension cord. Lol! Cute but destructive.



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dalle scale della cripta.

Basilica San Zeno a Verona!

As weird as this may be, it was extremely popular so it's going to be print sale photo #4.

TOMORROW. Be expecting details and deadlines:)








EXPLORE: April 1, 2009

Snow Geese were on a pond next to the Central Flyway in Nebraska. The pond was black and white with them. Here a few of them were stretching their wings. They really need their very own air traffic controller. This would make some great wall paper.


Please view in large size.

Jaisalmer Fort:

in Jaisalmer , you will find different facets of its own glorious heritage. Though you can find historical monuments scattered all over the city, the Jaisalmer Fort will immediately command your attention. Made of sand stones and locally known as Sonar Quila, the Jaisalmer Fort is a dominating structure amidst sands.

The city is said to be founded by one Raja Rawal Jaisal, a Bhatti Rajput ruler, in approximately 1156 A D. Legends go by that he did it on the behest of a local hermit named Eesaal. The raja choose Trikuta hill as the new site for his fort as his earlier adobe at Luderwa(16 k.m from present Jaisalmer) was too vulnerable to his comfort. But it should always be kept in mind that these legends are most of the time product of conscious minds that are very vulnerable to the oriental exaggeration.


Jaisalmer fort is the second oldest in Rajasthan. Two hundred and fifty feet tall and reinforced by imposing crenellated sandstone wall 30 feet high; it has 99 bastions, 92 of which were built between 1633 and 1647. Wells within the fort still provide a regular source of water. Even today, you will find that nearly one fourth of the old city's population resides within the fort. If you are a student of cross-cultural merging, the subtle fusion of Rajput and Islamic architectural styles, visible in this fort, will catch your fancy. Ganesh Pol, Akshya Pol, Suraj Pol and Hawa Pol are a must see.


Bodas de sal en las Salinas de Fuencaliente (La Palma, Islas Canarias, España).

Sunset at the Great Salt Lake, August 19, 2009.

suckers are so hard to get

from cornell


A secretive bird with skulking habits and a barely audible song, the Saltmarsh Sparrow is restricted to salt marshes of the Atlantic and upper Gulf coasts.



Soldes d'été




© Anne d'Huart






Covered sign: 500+ Acres for Sale

La cumbrecita. Cordoba. Argentina

Mercedes-Benz Niederlassung München

Arnulfstraße 61, 80636 München


Peter Lanz, 2003

Shot in a hotel restaurant near Arnhem, the Netherlands. I shot the scene as I saw it, but now i wished I pushed the containers about 20cm to the back to get some reflection from the table.


In post-processing I lit the containers a bit using the adjustment brush in Lightroom 3.

some chicks we saw yesterday while visiting friends.

et pourtant c'est le printemps...

waiting for warm wether sunny sky

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