Burg Normannstein

Picture by akira


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  • November 17, 2011
  • Shooting Style Hand Held
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number 5 * 2/3
  • Editing Software Others / Photomatix Pro
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes
castle

4 Comments

17 Nov 10:21
akira

The Romanesque castle was probably from the 9th Century, built to control a section of the Werra Valley. First, there was a wait, which consisted of the still existing round tower and a surrounding wall. Around 1200 the castle was then the noble family of knights Treffurt transformed into a castle. It led to the two square towers, gatehouse and Knappenbau. That later came another bailey, which was in turn protected by a wall. All buildings are made of limestone bricks. North of the castle was excavated a deep moat to prevent attacks.

17 Nov 11:58
mau67

l'oscurità si mangia la torre,il resto è perfetto!

17 Nov 13:06
pandarino

too dark on top

17 Nov 14:56
rcuello

Despite the above, is still a great photo, very nice processing and proper framing.

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