Snap of the week – 1

I want to start a new thing on the blog called snap of the week.

 

This won’t be exclusively the only photos I post or discuss, but this will be my ultimate favourite from the week and I will explain why!

 

NUREMBERG, GERMANY – Documentation Centre from a distance

This shot evokes a lot of emotion for me and should for anyone else who has stood at this historic site. Behind me was Zeppelinfeld, the Nazi Rally grounds, and in front of me the Conference centre which Hitler planned to be his head of the Nazi party. The scale of this building and the plans he had for the Empire as the Furer are outrageous. It makes your blood boil, but also leaves you with a haunted feeling.

 

I chose to use sepia to show the history and age of this area. Across this enormous lake, iced over at present, was a place of great history and learning, now converted to the documentation centre. Incredible museum and a must see for those visiting Nuremberg.

For more information visit the museum website:

 

http://museums.nuremberg.de/documentation-centre/

About Lovelly

I'm a true traveller. Even when I'm home, I'm travelling at heart. I'm constantly looking at blog sites on travel and checking out the travel deals and you can be assured that I've got the travel and lifestyle channel on in the background. I'm fun, friendly and adventurous. I'm extremely passionate and driven and once I decide I'm doing something, there is no stopping me! I want to incorporate my passion for travel, exploring and excitement into my everyday life. So blogging it is! View all posts by Lovelly

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