Koblenz is a german city with +100,000 inhabitants,
It lies on the western bank of the Rhine, where the Moselle flows into the Rhine.
Here in the evening, from the hills, easterly to the river Rhine.
The two rivers run together at the landmarks Deutsches Eck,
on which in 1897 a 37 meter high rider statue of Emperor Wilhelm 1 was built.
Short street art walk.
Koblenz was established as a military post by Drusus about 2030 years ago.
All inspired from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
The main title relates both a CCR song and that Koblenz in many ways is a corner.
The square in Husum in front of the church.
A sculpture on top of a well.
Adolf Brütt, a sculptor from Husum, created this memorial.
Called “Tine-Brunnen” or “The Tine Well” in public..
August Friedrich Woldsen and his cousin Anna Catharina Asmussen (Tine)
Have given name to the memorial as they did a great job for the weakest in the society.
The well is adorned by a bronze sculpture – a young beautiful fisher women,
namely Anna Catharina Asmussen.
Roadside art, most southern of the danish Jutland.
An old transformed roadside tree have got a life after death.
Art of Alsace, the spring on wheel.
The sculptur “Leda”, created by Kai Nielsen.
Road signs can have odd faces, you never forget – some you never expect to see.
The owner here is a local architect.
7-Day Nature Photo Challenge – Day 7
I was challenged by a fellow blogger, Stella, for a 7-Day Nature Photo Challenge.
“Giggles & Tales” or “Simple Dimple”
A person who has made the opposite journey than I – she moved to Denmark.
An interesting and inspiring pen or should we say fingers on the keyboard.
I’ll turn round the challenge to those who read this – with a link for excellent nature pics.
So if not knowing “Puzzleblume“ is chance for change.
The worth visiting Thursday’s Special themes created by Paula
The inspiring theme this week “Urban Art“
Urban art is a multifaceted concept.
Fountains or water effects.
Sculptures and statues.
Light fixtures and lighting effects.
– and so on.
So often we forget to see where we go.
– It could be urban art too.