Between Bonn and Rüdesheim 26 by helanker ()
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We now passed Loreley and continued sailing along. I cannot tell you what you see on the middle Photo. We couldnt get any info about it.
Have a lovely day.
Still windy, rainy and grey, but not very cold.
The kitten have slept in the cardboard box all night. More soft and confortable :) They now get food on the outer terrace. They accepted it right away.
Thank you so much for your kind comments to my last post :)
Image Comments (11)
jayfar () 2:00PM | Mon, 12 January 2015
They are advertising this trip on our TV in the UK and I recognize a lot of places from your pics Helle.
durleybeachbum () 2:01PM | Mon, 12 January 2015
That middle pic is fascinating. I'm still really enjoying this holiday, Helle!
magnus073 () 9:16PM | Mon, 12 January 2015
Helle, I just can't get over all the amazing settings you passed on your tour.
kgb224 () 10:07PM | Mon, 12 January 2015
So amazing to see such beautie Helle. Superb captures and collage. God bless.
Hendesse () 5:07AM | Tue, 13 January 2015
Another three excellent and interesting shots. To the photo in the middle: I suppose there the rock wall was fixed so that the shale cannot fall on the road or rail tracks.
auntietk () 2:03PM | Mon, 19 January 2015
I'm so far behind, but I'm LOOKING at everything!! I think Klaus is right. We have places in our mountains in Washington where they cut the rock to put in a road, and there are pins in the rocks that keep it from sloughing off bits and pieces. I've never seen so many all in one place, but it's the same idea. Sometimes they do it with buildings, have you see it? A metal rod with fasteners on each end keeps the walls from separating and falling down. An engineering marvel! :)