I thought I might show you a little more about the area where I live now. So the walks with my baby gave me plenty opportunity to take beautiful pictures with lots of sunshine and coloured trees. Maybe I'll add new pictures now and then, so if you like, keep your eyes open.
A few kilometres away from here, we have a beautiful reservoir, where you can make a tour by boat:
And now to our little town. We have a castle here. When I go there with the baby, I carry him on my back. Going there with the pram is not a good idea, because the footpath is very steep and there are stairs, too.
In the park of the castle there is a stage, too, where they used to play theatre :
A view towards the market. In the centre: the primary-school. To the right: the church
The Church from the outside. Inside it has a famous organ, built by Mr. Silbermann.
And now a few pictures from the outside of the castle:
Finally for today: A few pictures from our walk at the riverside:
This is it for today.
Thank you very much for looking in. Kind regards, Bente
Wow, what a monumental bridge with those 4 tiers and it does look beautiful lit up at nightime. Young Karl looks very comfortable, fast asleep in the carrier, bless him.
Very nice pictures Bente, thank you for sharing them with us.
Thank you for showing the sights of the town where you now live, Bente. The castle and church look beautiful as does the surrounding countryside especially with the Autumn colours of the trees. The bridge is really spectacular. I think the designers must have taken inspiration from the Romans as it reminds me of the Pont du Gard aqueduct near Nîmes. Love the story of your Grandfather's uncle flying though the one of the arches.
Little Karl looks very comfortable in the back pack.
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