This entry was posted on 08/04/2012 by stretchingintoinfinity. It was filed under Photography, Travel and was tagged with Alpsee, Bavaria, Castle, Germany, Lake, Mountains, Munich, Neuschwanstein, photo, Photography, Sunset, travel.
08/04/2012 at 19:31
Thank you very much. It’s a beautiful place – very tranquil!
08/06/2012 at 22:16
08/04/2012 at 21:46
Thank you! It’s a beautiful place.
08/06/2012 at 22:17
Enchanting. These photos bring back fond memories.
08/13/2012 at 05:05
When were you there? We didn’t go into the castle (for some reason) did you go inside?
08/13/2012 at 18:48
We lived in Bavaria for three years, between 2001-2004, and traveled as much as possible during that time. (That’s why I blog about “Bringing Europe Home.” 😉 ) Yes, we went inside Neuschwanstein. I think it’s most spectacular seen from outside, though–especially that one photo you have looking down on it through the forested hills above. I’ve never seen a view quite like that one!
08/13/2012 at 20:53
Ah fantastic! I’d love to live somewhere else for a while, if not just to see what it’s like. My wife’s uncle lives in Atlanta actually. Yeah – it’s a fair view from the Marienbrücke. We loved Munich, can’t recall ever being colder though!
08/13/2012 at 21:01
Well, I can’t recall ever being hotter than during my summers here, in Atlanta!
It was an adventure and a delight living in another country and culture. It has changed us all.
08/13/2012 at 21:11
I just spent six weeks in Cologne, and though it was wonderful it was a bit “flat” for me considering I grew up on an island surrounded by mountains and sea. I had no idea Munich looked like this – so gorgeous!
08/19/2012 at 13:39
Munich is very beautiful – this area is probably an hour to the south by train. Where did you grow up?
08/19/2012 at 19:45
In Hong Kong 🙂
08/19/2012 at 23:10
Beautiful. Would love to visit there one day.
08/20/2012 at 17:26
wow, the castle looks even more magical during winter!
08/19/2012 at 23:20
It sure did, even despite the reconstruction/restorative work they were doing.
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