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1 Geherenspitze 2163m
2 Köllenspitze 2238m
3 Gimple 2173m
4 Karretschrofen 2034m
5 Vilser Kregel 1831m
6 Alpsee
7 Brentenjoch 2000m
8 Aggenstein 1985m
9 Schloss Hohenschwangau
10 Breitenberg 1838m
11 Schwansee
12 Klockner Kienberg 1536m
13 Weissensee
14 Weissensee
15 Edelsberg 1629m
16 Schloss Neuschwanstein
17 Füssen
18 Hopfensee
19 Forggensee
20 Schwangau


Location: Cliff over Marienbrucke (1150 m)      by: Stefano Caldera
Area: Germany      Date: 2009-08-11
Sorry for the very difficult exposure

7 vertical images
EOS 40D, EF 17-40 L
f/9, 1/400s, 3:00 PM


Our 'Kini' couldn't have done it better. Greetz HJ
2009/08/12 20:46 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Very nice look downhill from my neighbourhood. So you are one of those hundreds of Italians who "invade" Füssen and vicinity every year this time around. LG Robert
2009/08/12 21:04 , Robert Viehl
@ Robert: eheheh, I was seriously embarassed. It seemed to be in Como.. no, in Como I hear more foreign languages than here
2009/08/12 21:16 , Stefano Caldera
Beautiful view, but difficult angle. If you would set the horizon straight, the towers of the castle would bend like the tower of Pisa.
Actually, my experience is, the Japanese are outnumbering the Italians by far. On one occasion I came down from a trip to Säuling in December, where I was alone for hours. Near the castle I was soon surrounded by hundreds of chatting Japanese, giving me the feeling of jumping directly from the alps to downtown Tokyo.
2009/08/13 21:29 , Wolfgang Schmähling
I love it !! 
A great perspective and beautiful colours !
I'm German but now live in Australia. On one of my recent visits to Europe I just had to go and see this place. I got a similar shot from a lower vantage point over at the Alpenpanorama site and appreciate the opportunity to compare the 2 and see how the angles change with the different hights.
2009/10/05 14:44 , Gunther Wandtke
Great work Stefano!
2010/05/29 22:54 , Christian Hönig
On our side of the Atlantic this is quite possibly the most famous building in Germany!

Stefano, I really like this dramatic perspective and panoramic view!

Saluti, Cheers & Herzliche Gruesse
2010/05/30 03:33 , Augustin Werner

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