a photo a day from germany's capital city
impressive and imposing, too.
Those words are cast in melted French cannons from the Napoleonic wars! I was just reading about this great building!"When one feels very angryI force myself to talkregardless of my feelings.And every time I do thisI am surprisedat how many other viewsyou can haveon a matter which I findtotally clear.Then I have todeal with those views,and this can alsotrigger something new. "Angel MerkelALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral =^..^=
Thanks for these words, Cloudia! Very fitting.
Especially when this Honolulu girl speaks about "Angel" Merkel !!! Very funny. Well Merkel doesn't really care about other point of views.
Amazing, I love it.
Great to see these places without people swarming around!
I must say that the B&W place the building more in the past. A not so happy period of time.
Greek Revival architecture is always a favorite of mine. Tom The Backroads Traveller
i love it!
I do like it very much Hal, it's an impressive building anyway, even more so in b&w. You have to get up and about to beat the crowds :)
Very imposing !Like the b&w choice.
I do like it in black and white. That building certainly has that grand government look to it.
Imposing and dramatic in black and white, Hal.
I like early morning photos ... they are different I think.
It works for me! But why folk?
Dem Deutschen Volke...
Not everybody speaks German!
Yes, Hal, I know! But folk in your title is a different meaning altogether! :-)
Imposing structure.Frankly My Dear
It looks rather imposing, and almost haunting, in B&W!
A most fitting building for a seat of government, perfect in b&w. Like seeing all the heraldry on the walls on either side of the doors. That might suggest a royalist form of government, but that is not what Germany has.
It looks great in B&W.
Great in B&W!
An impressive, grand building that almost looks like a temple.
I think I prefer it in colours, saw the yellow builing last year against the bright blue sky, fabulous.
Black and white looks suitable for the subject.
I do like it in black and white. Those columns are amazing!
The angle of your shot gives it drama and scale; the black and white reinforces it. Good job!
I think B&W is very appropriate for this building.
So great in b/w. I remember the days when the Reichstag was still empty and Rock Concerts were being held with the speakers turned to the East towards the wall which was located just behind.
The B&W takes me right back to WWII...I remember the scenes as the Russians made their way through Berlin. I do like that first shot a lot!
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