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... a hut over the Neckar river bend. According to the sign, the river hasn't always carried the same course and it has steadily changed over the centuries to become what it is today. That is until they started cutting canals and installing locks to regulate the flow!
One of the problems about putting in locks and building on the riverbanks, is that it disrupts ...
... I saw an interesting electronic road sign today. It had 70 at the top and a green wave line underneath. These are known as the green wave signs and mean that if you travel at the speed advised, under the current traffic conditions you will only get green lights. Saw quite a few of the garden plots along the road. People pay between €10,000 to €15,000 for the plot with a shed and they must use a third of the land for vegetables but can't stay ...
... Rhein und Neckar, die offensichtlich in der Badezeit täglich mehrere Opfer forderte."
...for the first time with the so called wild bathing in the Rhine and Neckar, which apparently claimed many victims daily in the bathing time! Apparently it was super popular in the 1930s until the war, but there are plenty of locals that still come down to catch some rays. There are so many swimming pools ...
... called a cartophile, although I think that is more of an unofficial term. One of the reasons I chose to write a travel blog is so that I can look back and exactly see where I was when I wrote my entry.
There was a very funny episode of the West Wing on this very topic. Germany isn't where you think it is!
... with a tripod, but I put the camera on a rock to get the shot steady and without motion blur. The results turned out pretty good and you can really see the difference.
Around Edingen we had a spectacular evening one night so I tried to capture the God effect, which is a term Simon and I came up with to describe the moment the sunshine pushes through the clouds like in the old movies. It has been quite foggy as well in the mornings and I got a good shot on the ...