I really like this photo. All your photos are so incredible, please keep taking them and sharing!
Thanks very much for this really nice comment of yours and for your appreciation - this means a lot to me!
All the best to you,
hammer foto :-) danke dir übrigens für all deine lieben comments, habe sie erst jetzt gesehen.. bin noch ein greenhorn auf dieser seite :-) aber auch dir ein riesen kompliment, tolle fotos haste da :-) liebe gruess
Vielen Dank - freue mich sehr über Dein überaus nettes Kompliment! Würde mir mal keine Sorgen machen - Greenhorn ist man hier nicht lange - haha!
Viele Grüsse aus Salzburg,
Thanks again albanberg - I'm proud of this pic as well! The weather I had up there on that day is what you would call every photographer's dream, but I think this one is truly the best one of my Hannover hut series.
Really nice composition and color! Congratulations!
(To tell the truth, When I saw this photo at first, I give breathe a sigh of relief. Because it seems to be a rescue hut, sorry)
Again many thanks, Kenzo!
When titling the photos I took of this building, I referred to it as a "chapel", but actually it's a small mausoleum, built in the 1930s, in honor of Prof. Johann Karl Moritz Arnold (1853-1929), who was the first to introduce tourism in the Carinthian Alps. The minor elevation on which this mausoleum and also the Hannover hut stand, was also named after him, thus the name "Arnoldshöhe". Possibly it's open in summer - I never took the time to check that out - but in winter, both the mausoleum and the Hannover hut are locked and bolted.
to have a chapel at. Great photo by the way! Cheers Josh Lewis.
Thanks a lot Josh!
Thans very, very much! It means a lot to me to hear these words from you, as you yourself are a very imaginative photographer!
All the best,
this little chapel... Merry Christmas, Eric!
Danke! Auch Dir frohe Weihnachten,Hiltrud! :-)