Germany 2017, day 6

On our last day we had 3 distinct stops. The first one was a lovely little city Mittenwald with wonderfully painted buildings. Sort of essence and a postcard of Bavaria. It’s also famous for the manufacture of violins, violas and cellos.

Next we went to Leutascher Gorge which is right next to Mittenwald but already in Austria. Very picturesque walk, slightly above 1,5km long. Maight not be suitable for people with fear of heights.

I enjoyed the walk very much but processing those photos was a nightmare. Whatever I did I wasn’t happy with the result (and I am still unhappy). I would have posted this a long time ago if it wasn’t for those gorge photos. Well, maybe one day I’ll re-do them. :) All the distortions are due to fisheye lenses.

Our last stop was in Ga-Pa (Garmisch-Partenkirchen) and a second portion of amazing paintings on the buildings. Enjoy. :)

Scotland 2018 video

Hi guys! I’ve recently came back from my trip to Scotland, here’s a short video from it. :) Photos will come, not sure when. You can always check Facebook for the most recent photos.

Videos are shot by me and my friend I went with - Krzysztof Juszczak.
Music by: Jon Worthy and the Bends - Please Tell Me

Germany 2017, day 5

On the 5th day we visited Linderhof Palace. It is the smallest of the three palaces built by King Ludwig II and the only one which he lived to see completed. There is a wonderful park around the castle which must be even better on a sunny day. ;)

Germany 2017, day 4

On the 4th day we spent a few hours in the capital of Bavaria, Munich. According to Wikipedia it is the third largest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg and 12th largest city in EU (population of 1.5 million). We didn't have superb weather conditions, but other than that it's a beautiful city.

Germany 2017, day 3

On the third day, in a lovely weather, we visited two castles in close proximity - Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. Both are beautifully decorated on the inside, unfortunately photos were not allowed. No wonder Disney's Castle was inspired by Neuschwanstein. :)