The Castle in Heidelberg (Spring architecture bridges ). Photo by Hotzenwaelder
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The Castle in Heidelberg

Uploaded by: Hotzenwaelder

Sunday May 19, 2013

Heidelberg, Germany

Caption: It is always a shot or two

Manufacturer: LEICA

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Metering Mode: Center-Weighted Average

Light Source: 0

Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

Focal Length: 16.8 mm

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2. trailhiker44
4:45 AM GMT on August 15, 2013
Marvelous close-up , Bernard !
Long time no see - hope all is well with you !
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1. crazygiraffelady
4:14 PM GMT on May 22, 2013
Holy Moly! I think that's the biggest one I've ever seen pictures of! Looks like renovations on either end. I assume that means it is still used
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Hotzenwaelder

Although born, reared, and educated in the United States, I have been living in Europe for well over half of my life – primarily in Germany, and the pictures I submit are for the most part from the southern slopes of the Black Forest in the Rhine Valley between Germany and Switzerland. I have learned a great deal about photography from all the excellent posters on this site, and I am very thankful to everyone from all over the world for the help.

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