Posts in Category: Architecture

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Some more impression of the old rectory in Fehmarn. The rectory and another building next door (an old school with just one classroom) where sold and I guess the new owner will renovate and then lease them as vacation homes.

However, I simply love these brick cladded old houses. Maybe some day, once we are retired, we will buy such an old cottage. Or maybe a lighthouse, or maybe a scottish castle, I think about, hmmmm, Dunvegan? :)

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Modern architecture in Bonn. Art and exhibition hall of the Federal Republic of Germany. Been there for the “PIXAR – 25 Years of Animation” exhibition. Very interesting to learn something about the making of a modern animation movie. Yet the concept art at the beginning of the whole process is amazing and the drawings are wonderful.

Little Chapel

Today I came across this little chapel. Outlined by a hedge and framed by oak trees, it’s a wonderful place to take a rest and think about stuff like the following quote.

For where God built a church, there the Devil would also build a chapel.
– Martin Luther



The office-building where I’m working.

“One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one’s work is terribly important.”
– Bertrand Russel

True words!

Main Aisle

The middle nave of the “Dom zu Limburg”.



The lighthouse at “Darsser Ort”. Build in 1847, the 35,4m high beacon it is still active and guides ships around the north-west coast of the Darss peninsula within a range of 23 sea miles.


Another one from inside the MyZeil building


The lighthouse at Westermarkelsdorf.
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Enlightened nave in the “Dom zu Limburg”