Der Klippenturm und Rinteln bei Nacht
Dre Klippenturm an einen Sontag Abend . Von hier aus ist auch Rinteln in voller Beleuchtung zu sehen.Dieser Ort ist nicht mit dem Auto zu erreichen , deswegen ist es etwas Besonderes für mich.Nach dem Foto musste ich im Dunkeln durch den Wald laufen.
Copyright: Jürgen Reinecke
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Uploaded: 02/12/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014


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