Another brick in the wall

Z 28

Burg Eltz, an  atmospheric german castle.

Daily prompt “Brick

Each single brick doesn’t create wonderful architecture all alone.
Along with other bricks, they may together form a stunning design.
Bricks can also be imaginary as the construction of a person’s inner personality.
The same rule applies here, everything depends on all the bricks used.

33 thoughts on “Another brick in the wall

    • #.indah susanti
      The castle is about 900 years old and has been owned by the same family for 33 generations – fascinating architecture and history – really a fairy tale castle…🙂

    • #.anna
      The castle is about 900 years old and has been owned by the same family for 33 generations – fascinating architecture and history – call for a visit…🙂.

    • #.prior
      So glad you enjoyed this view – William Turner, the English painter and inventor of the Rhine Romanticism, visited a few times and painted the castle from many different aspects – the castle is about 900 years old and has been owned by the same family for 33 generations – fascinating architecture and history indeed…🙂

      • Thanks for this awesome comment – and it is hard for me to wrap my head around 33 generations – wow! But what a vibrant history for such a grand stufture!

    • #.janet
      The castle is about 900 years old and has been owned by the same family for 33 generations – fascinating architecture and history – almost like the wall talks…🙂

  1. Triple “Wow” ! One for your incredible shot, the second for the fairy castle I like very much and the third for your commentary, a very wise comparison between the bricks of a building and the bricks that “build” a person! I agree with you dear friend, always a pleasure to look at your pictures and to read your thoughts.🙂

    • #.aurore
      The castle is about 900 years old and has been owned by the same family for 33 generations – fascinating architecture and history – lot of visitors during time – Victor Hugo, the great french poet, came, saw and was enraptured – he wrote enthusiastically about the castle – the american first ladies Bird Johnson and Rosalynn Carter.both were ‘in love’ with the Burg Eltz – William Turner, the english painter and inventor of the rhine romanticism, visited the castle a few times and painted the castle from many different aspects…🙂

  2. Oh one of my favourite castles in Germany. I visited it a few years back and learnt about the family living there. Something about two different families owning the different sides of the castle? There were photos there too, of the family that still lives somewhere in Koln (I think?).
    Where did you take this shot from? I love it!

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