Lüneburg, in germany well known as "The City of Salt".
The residents poduced salt for over 1000 years from 956 to 1980.
700 years ago they started to ship the salt all over northern europe from this little old harbour.
On the left side you can seean an old, human powered crane. In the back are some old mills and at the right side some old warehouses.
Today you can sit here to drink an eat somethink.
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This is really beautiful! 11 points from Germany(if this were possible)
Clear & crisp, loads of details....good POV...
A special place, nice to have a few drinks.
The process is clear, but I see no natural
process a little past
something reddish colors.
Great shot, sharp as a razor.
Dirk, great post. I like it, but have to agree with Ricardo there seems to be an overall redness. Maybe that is by design. I like it none the less.
Agree with Ricardo
I agree with ricardo!
slight over sat imho but a great shot
I agree a tad over saturated..... but lots of detail and a good image overall
i like it, but i agree with Ricardo
I think the red is natural coming from the used bricks. I wanted a more painted style to print it on a canvas. Thanks for posting guys.