176/366 Lübeck in the rain

After taking the train to Hamburg, we drove on to our last stop of the vacation: Lübeck. We arrived early in the afternoon Sunday. It was a cold and rainy day. So after 37 degrees Celsius in Italy, coming to north Germany with 13 degrees Celsius was a cold experience. Lübeck is an interesting city with lots of great history and architecture, and we went for a walk after lunch in the rain. But I must say it was nice to get back to the hotel and get on some dry clothes.

We came back to Norway today and will be home tomorrow afternoon. This means I have only a few photos left to be up to date, and then I will be able to visit all your great blogs again. Thanks again for all the support and comments during my three weeks abroad. 🙂

37 thoughts on “176/366 Lübeck in the rain

  1. Lübeck was my first stop when I first visited Germany. There is indeed some great architecture, but you’ve captured the best part – the cobbled streets! Fantastic capture, love the B&W, it illustrates just how crooked the houses can be.

    1. Thanks, Joanna! And thanks for all your comments and likes during my vacation. I will check out your blog and at least some of the posts from the past three weeks soon 🙂

  2. This photo is exquisite. I love the feel of the lone person (child?) under the huge umbrella on the expansive street. NICE work!

    1. Thanks. It’s lovely too see in color, but I chose to shoot all the photos that day in b&w as I find it fitting with the weather.

  3. Oh my the composition in the shot is so amazing in this shot. Ok, so know I have a new favorite from your collection. What I like the most from this shot is the leading line it presents.

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