Tuesday, March 16, 2010

A stroll along the Isar River in Munich



I would definitely like to go to Munich again.


16 comments:

  1. I would like to go just once. Beautiful.

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  2. Germany is a country I would love to visit, but for now I will be happy to enjoy it through your wonderful pictures.
    Sunny :)

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  3. you just made my evening. these are FANTASTIC....
    thanks (from Orange County)

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  4. These are so cool! I like your shot under the bridge...great perspective. What a beautiful walkway along the river. Wonderful shots, all of them.

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  5. What a wonderful place, great shots.

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  6. Many beautiful details!
    The first composition is fabulous, almost a painting!I loved the perspective, I have a feeling as I could have your camera in front of my face and then I'm THERE in this wonderful bridge!
    I think, it's the real secrety of a perfect photography!Well done.
    Thanks so much!
    Léia :)

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  7. Beautiful scenes!
    Great shots James.

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  8. I think Munich is such a wonderful place. Hopefully I will get back there some day. Great photos, as always James!

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  9. Hello James...
    Thanks for your visit to my blog..
    Except the sightseeing tour and photographs i see you have also posted a photograph from "Pinakothek der Moderne.. which i was planning to post today... Its the roof of the Pinakothek.. I thought and still think it was a good subject to capture..
    I am going to go through your blog now which , from what i see hostesses some really great photos of yours..
    Have a nice day
    Costas

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  10. That is some kind of lovely stroll. I so thank you for posting these pictures.

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  11. Munich here I come! Most be a beautiful place just to stroll! Graffiti as an art is just gorgeous!
    The top one is a favorite!

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  12. Hi James....
    Really nice pics....

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  13. Thank you for introducing a wonderful sculpture bridge.
    Germany is a teacher of the modern Far East.

    I felt walking this bridge.

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  14. Love your perspective! Get work James!

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  15. I've been living in Germany for 4 years now but I still haven't been to Munich... the river looks lovely. I like bridges. Nice pics!

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