Patrick from Germany @moners

moners

Patrick from Germany 🏕 crew @germanroamers 📍 Nürnberger Land 📷 #nikonfamily ✉️ moners@icloud.com

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  • Hope this curious lynx makes your day a little bit nicer! Also it would be great if you all could hit the SAVE button. I wanna try out something! 🤙🏼 thanks #lynx #animal #catsofinstagram
  • Hope this curious lynx makes your day a little bit nicer! Also it would be great if you all could hit the SAVE button. I wanna try out something! 🤙🏼 thanks #lynx #animal #catsofinstagram
  • 9076 0 13 hours ago
  • I took this shot of lush ferns while hiking through a moody forest? NO! Swipe to the left and see why you don't always need a lot of time or effort to take a nice photo. Beauty can be found around every corner or even in a flower pot. 🌿 #fern #lush #green
  • I took this shot of lush ferns while hiking through a moody forest? NO! Swipe to the left and see why you don't always need a lot of time or effort to take a nice photo. Beauty can be found around every corner or even in a flower pot. 🌿 #fern #lush #green
  • 14512 0 3 days ago
  • The #castle we see today towering above the scenic town of #Cochem on the #Moselle River is not the castle that originally stood there in the 12th century. That castle had a long and colorful history until French King Louis XIV had his troops obliterate it in 1689. 🏰 The castle remained a colorful stone ruin for 180 years until wealthy Berlin businessman Louis Ravené decided to buy the ruins and rebuild the castle in 1868. But he was not interested in restoring it to its original Romanesque style and condition. He had his architects create a neo-Gothic castle that could serve as a summer residence for his family. (Interestingly, Ravené did this in the same year that Bavarian King Ludwig II began construction on his Romanesque revival Neuschwanstein Castle, also built upon the ruins of an old castle.) 🧙‍♀️However, some original Romanesque and Gothic elements, including the four-story Octagonal Tower and the Hexenturm (“witches tower”), were incorporated into Ravené’s new castle. The Witches Tower gets its name from the time when legend claims it was used to try women for witchcraft – by throwing them out of an upper window!
  • The #castle we see today towering above the scenic town of #cochem on the #moselle River is not the castle that originally stood there in the 12th century. That castle had a long and colorful history until French King Louis XIV had his troops obliterate it in 1689. 🏰 The castle remained a colorful stone ruin for 180 years until wealthy Berlin businessman Louis Ravené decided to buy the ruins and rebuild the castle in 1868. But he was not interested in restoring it to its original Romanesque style and condition. He had his architects create a neo-Gothic castle that could serve as a summer residence for his family. (Interestingly, Ravené did this in the same year that Bavarian King Ludwig II began construction on his Romanesque revival Neuschwanstein Castle, also built upon the ruins of an old castle.) 🧙‍♀️However, some original Romanesque and Gothic elements, including the four-story Octagonal Tower and the Hexenturm (“witches tower”), were incorporated into Ravené’s new castle. The Witches Tower gets its name from the time when legend claims it was used to try women for witchcraft – by throwing them out of an upper window!
  • 8823 0 6 days ago
  • Easy to say, this is my favorite city in this whole wide world. Which one is yours? (all shots taken on a mobile device) #nürnberg #franken #deutschland
  • Easy to say, this is my favorite city in this whole wide world. Which one is yours? (all shots taken on a mobile device) #nürnberg #franken #deutschland
  • 13823 0 3 weeks ago
  • Anzeige | What to do in 24h? Call two friends. Get in the car. Drive 350km. Go on a sunset hike. Get some good local food. Sleep 3 hours. Go on a sunrise hike. Breakfast with a view. Drive back 350km. Totally worth it! Shot taken with my @NikonDeutschland D850 | Nikkor 24-70mm 1:2,8 E ED VR | f/5,0 | 1/125sec. | ISO100 #NikonFamily
  • Anzeige | What to do in 24h? Call two friends. Get in the car. Drive 350km. Go on a sunset hike. Get some good local food. Sleep 3 hours. Go on a sunrise hike. Breakfast with a view. Drive back 350km. Totally worth it! Shot taken with my @nikondeutschland D850 | Nikkor 24-70mm 1:2,8 E ED VR | f/5,0 | 1/125sec. | ISO100 #nikonfamily
  • 10513 0 3 weeks ago
  • Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go ⇞ Hey there is a Quiz about me going on in my stories. Go and see how well you know me!
  • Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go ⇞ Hey there is a Quiz about me going on in my stories. Go and see how well you know me!
  • 9085 0 4 weeks ago
  • Your possibilities are unlimited but it all begins with the deliberate choice to think differently. #WhpPlanetEarth
  • Your possibilities are unlimited but it all begins with the deliberate choice to think differently. #whpplanetearth
  • 12122 0 1 month ago