Plenty good enough already Gangolf.
Thanks Tim. I'm afraid I have put up the grandmother of pages here. With 350 crags this could be a lifetime job...
Gives me something to do, though ;-)
Many of your pages would be considered by most here as the 'grandmother' of all pages... but I understand your passion, though my pages aren't as involved they are nonetheless as much a labour of love.
Yes, pretty much the same for me. I wrote a trip report about last weekend which perhaps somehow explains how I came to submit this page. I'll put it up tomorrow - it's too late now.
Everyone should be able to vote 5 stars on your pages only. Although, there's something goofy about the formatting in your Overview section, so I'll only vote 4 stars.
Thanks for the 4 in any way. On my computer the overview looks ok but I'm aware that with different resolutions it might look goofy. I use conservative 1024 x 768 pixels.
I like the Devil's Table and other crags peeking above the forest. Castles add atmosphere. Do you have any views of GOETZ VON BERLICHINGEN's castle(s)? This appears to be sort of a disconnected Red River Gorge.
Thanks Mark. Götz von Berlichingen's castle should be farther east. I need to look up which one it was but I'm sure it was on "Schwäbische Alb", a limestone karst region. But lots of his pals lived here ;-) It actually is quite astonishing how interrelated those knights were even in the middle ages. You'll find memories of lots of them in quite different regions more than 200km apart. And at that time that meant 6 to 7 days of travel! Remember Franz von Sickingen, one of Berlichingen's pal's? He lived on the Alb but had a castle (Ebernburg) near Rotenfels some 300km away.
He sure seems to have been important....
Very interesting and informative, as always. Thanks, Gangolf.
Thanks Lee. Interesting is the right word. You can go exploring the forests and find new marvels whenever you do.
Great page Gangolf! Looks like a wonderful place! Have a good one!
Very nice page and some fascinating photos! It's always nice to see someone talk about their home territory.
One suggestion: The photo/text combination in the overview section doesn't combine well in browser windows that are narrow. You might put the image in with an align=right tag and not in a table format.
Thanks Charles! I fixed the picture problem. I still have a table (for the spacing between pict and text) but the text remains outside of it.
Great page Gangolf! This is an interesting area for me because I like sport climbing! Nice and some very good photos with good motifs.
P.S.: Have a good time on Canaria! :-)
Thanks Bor! It is an amazing region with all these red rocks popping up everywhere. You don't need to be a climber to like it ;-)
Great page, great place, most beautifull photographs!