Hotel Zur Alten Brucke
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There are a lot of tributaries that flow into the Neckar as well. The one at Neckargemünd is called the Elsenz and I guess the "gemünd" part of the name comes from river mouth (Flussmündung). Any idea what the name of the creek is that joins the Neckar at Neckarsteinach? That's right sports fans ...
... 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 ...
... that I guess most people would go to their local and pay a couple of Euros instead.
It is sort of hard to imagine that going for a swim in the river to wash yourself would be a wild event that would be so dangerous! I particularly like the word Baderei. In German you can add -erei to the end of a word to associate it with that verb like Bäckerei (bakery), Schlägerei (punch up) or ...
... shakes, but the conditions were still hard. Animals can move around pretty quickly, especially the monkeys! Having such a shallow depth of field meant that many of the photos weren't completely in focus. At 300mm with an aperture of f5.6, you only get a depth of field of 23cm at 10m!
Also in winter the sun doesn't rise very high over the horizon meaning that you can't shoot into the sun and there are a lot of areas of high contrast between light ...
... TAFE and Adelaide University. I remember spending quite a bit of time in the latter, pulling up books about the harmful effects of cigarette production, manufacture and consumption or Russian History like Leonid Brezhnev or The Fable of the Bees by Bernard Mandeville. Fables like that one or the Tragedy of the Commons were influential in helping me discover philosophy and learning to think for myself.